There is a great review in Sound & Vision magazine that is linked on their website. The screen is wind-friendly, weatherproof and easy to setup and take down. There is also a link to YouTube showing how to set the screen up. They also have other information on outdoor theater.
You acted like this was someone's else product and you expect us to trust you? It makes your recommendation suddenly far less sincere.
“…this is our go to screen for all our commercial events. It’s easy to set-up and take down. So much better than our old blow-up screen from Open Air Cinema which is only usable during extremely optimal conditions otherwise is like a pillow case with a little bit of wind and takes much more time to set-up/tear down. It’s just not as simple and fun to work with as yours.” Bill Taylor - OSS Customer
Bill Taylor uses this screen for commercial events? I'd love to hear his
client reviews. 99% of my events big and small have young kids. Someone would knock this screen over in a second. I can setup an OAC Home screen in 5 minutes. What's taking Bill so long?
Unlike Bill. I use my OAC screens in all kinds of non-optimal conditions. He's right about them getting billowy in high winds, but that's a better outcome then it snapping in half. My Airscreens are the only screens I currently own that I would completely trust is 15 mph+ winds. The energy has to go someone and I can't imagine your screen handling it much better.
It's also strange you're still quoting your source and acting like this product isn't connected to you. Just be upfront about it if you want to pitch your product here.
when the lights are out there is just a picture floating in space, nothing else matters.
Nope. For my own backyard it's probably good for the size/price, but I can't fathom renting this out. It doesn't look expensive and appearance matters for commercial use. The black borders you think are dead weight give a nice clean area to slightly overshoot the picture so that the light absorbs into the black border instead on the trees, nature, etc behind the screen. These nitpicks are small, but a bunch of them added up make the difference between a professional presentation and a fancy bed sheet.
It can also stand about a 30mph wind.
Video please. Something like this hopefully: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiNFgNhvi7I
I'm sure you would agree that when you go to all that effort to do an outdoor movie, a 50" screen (or sheet) kind of takes away that "Drive-in" experience.
I think most of us already have outdoor screens way larger than 50 inches. That size is already practically normal for indoor use.