The original version of this screen, reviewed over a year ago, had a very visible hot spot, reflecting back light from the projector.
The new R100H1 is greatly improved. So much so, that, the hot spot and evenness, which were the weakness of the earlier version, are now a definite strength. There is minimal uneveness which I could barely detect viewing a pure white image. This image (underexposed by one f-stop) captured below, exaggerates the differences more than your eye can see. Even so, you can barely detect the hotspot in the lower center. I would attribute most of the barely detectable unevenness to the projector. In this regard, I find the Elite screen, is even better than my more expensive Firehawk. The Firehawk, does however, offers more contrast, which would excerbate the tendency to hot spot.