I am installing a Runco LifeStyle LS 3, ceiling mount, 106" diagonal screen at 17' from lens and will have complete control of ambient light (basement, below ground, no windows, one tight-fitting opaque door). I intend to use one of "your" paints. My installer (who has known from the beginning that I intend to paint a screen) initially recommended the darkest gray screen possible (Stewart BlackHawk, as his preference is black level and color resolution. He thought a good compromise would be Stewart GrayHawk. He then ran a program (I believe "Goo"), that recommended a white screen. I care more about black level and color resolution than brightness (suggesting a dark screen), but have no objection to a good balance of all aspects (if the white screen does it all in this setting)--or should I use some ambient lighting and a medium screen? Do you recommend Black Widow, Scorpion or Cream & Sugar? Pros and cons of each specific to my setting would be appreciated. Thank you.