I received this screen in some pretty impressive packaging, so there was no question of it being damaged. The installation was pretty easy. After assembling the fixed frame, the screen material was rolled out on the floor. My wife and I carefully laid it out over the frame and snapped it onto the frame buttons in the pattern called for in the instructions. Everything fit perfectly. To hang the screen, a "z-bracket" is installed on the wall and on the upper part of the screen, and two small magnets are screwed into the wall at where the lower corners of the screen will be. The location of these magnets is critical, so you have to take some care to get them right. We lifted the screen onto the z-bracket and carefully tilted it down onto the magnets, which both "caught" as they should, and the screen was installed! We paired this screen with a DLP laser-source projector (Optima UHZ65), and we have gotten stunning results on both SDR and HDR sources. We watch mostly in a darkened room, and the picture takes your breath away with a 4K HDR program (we use an Apple TV 4K for streaming). The upconverted 1080i signal from our AT&T U-verse receiver is, obviously, not as good but fine for most programming. With the lights on in the room, the picture is somewhat washed out as you would suspect, but the Optoma really does a good job of making a very watchable image. There is very little natural light in the room, even in the afternoon, so that helps a lot. Very nice build quality and picture!