I would not recommend purchasing this for a variety of reasons.
Upon setting up the screen, I was initially impressed. It was very flat except for the shipping horizontal lines. The instructions said those would go away in a few days in a room over 75 degrees. They indeed did.
But, this screen slowly started to get vertical lines that made this look like I was projecting onto a waterfall. Watching anything was like looking at a funhouse mirror. I would close the screen after use. That did not help. I left if up for a few days, and that did not help. At this point, I consider it unusable. I hate giving 1 star ratings. But this really is a 1 star rating.
I ended up buying a gallon of sherwin williams paint that is recommended for projection screens. This paint made the low quality of the screen even more apparent. I was previously disappointed with the green and yellow colors of my projector. But color quality is perfect when projected onto both the behr silver screen paint, and the sherwin williams paint that I opted to use instead.
The tripod and stand isn't poor quality. If you could keep it up all the time, its fine. But when you have to close it after every use, it becomes apparent that this is not meant for a permanent solution. Don't make my mistake, spend a little more money and get a better quality screen.
If I still had the packaging, I would return it.