I was blown away at well this works with lots of ambient light. My home theater room is the worst in regards to ambient light bouncing around. I have tan walls, whitish tile floor. I had been living with my Epson with a Stewart Firehawk screen that was roughly eleven years old. I never had a need to replace it. This is paired with the Optoma P1.
Even in ideal conditions (bat cave), the image still looks much better on this screen due to the way it reflects light. My main reason for picking Grandview over some of the lower priced models like the Elite Aeon CLR, xyscreens, vividstorm and other screen manufacturers is due to this screen being able to resolve pixels at 4k. The lower end models can't do this and advertise as "4K-Ready". This means nothing, just like companies selling HDMI 2.1 "ready" cables when the specs aren't final. Attached are some images and videos of during the day with all lights on and one with all lights off. This was shot during the middle of the day so there is light coming through the bay windows. SI and Da-lite were out of my price range.
I can't speak enough about the customer server from projectorscreen. It's a much different experience then dealing with bigger name retailers. I highly recommend calling/emailing them if you have any questions. I ended up talking to there main PJ guy for around 45 minutes, I initially had two questions but he went into great detail on the differences in brands/prices, ect.. Extremely honest and didn't try to push me towards the SI or Da-lite like most retailers would.
I had a minor imperfection in the individual screen material. The new material arrived in less than a week after contacting projectorscreen. Please note that the picture and videos attached are BEFORE the screen material was replaced. Any imperfections where fixed with the replacement.
I don't buy expensive audio/video equipment often but my next purchase will be from here. I had never heard of Grandview and I feel like part of the price difference is due to lack of marketing which reduces costs to the user. Get a sample, compare it to others and make up your own mind. You won't be disappointed with this screen though, that I can guarantee.
Middle of the Day All Light On
Middle of Day ALl Lights Off