Please note, this is a repeat of the RS25 review page on screen selection. From any practical standpoint, the two projectors behave identically as far as screen choices go:
Great projectors tend to look great on any good screen. The trick with the RS35 is to match the screen to your room, and your viewing requirements. Essentially, this section is also the same as for last year's RS25 as there are no significant differences that would have any impact on projector screen selections.
For example, the RS35 does the best black levels around, so you really don't need to consider a high contrast gray screen, like the Firehawk G3 I use in my main theater, unless it is to deal with some (side) ambient light. For those with a fully light controlled room, for example, the StudioTek 130 G3, or other moderate gain white surfaces should be an excellent match. I had no issues with the black levels when switching to my Carada Brilliant White 106" screen (gain 1.4), in terms of black levels, beyond closing down the iris to reduce overall brightness for movie watching (due to the smaller screen size).