Charlie's talk about the alternate but stunning 2.35:1 video format reminded me of this cool projector screen we haven't covered before. It's Epson's Duet, and instead of a vertical scrolling screen, it unfolds side to side, expanding from a 4:3 ratio'd 65-inch screen to a 16:9 screen that measures 80-inches from corner to corner. Neat. It also happens to work as a wall mounted solution.
I haven't had any first hand experience with this screen yet — I don't mind using a white wall — but I hear its a sweet deal. The only problem is that without a rigid top frame, the projector can sag in the middle, just a touch. You know, like a volleyball net after one too many sloppy spikes. At $199, I can live with that.