After a couple of years of abuse from a toddler my Harmony 885 got to the point where it was almost unusable (buttons needing a very hard press to operate and the screen was cracked). I was very happy with my 885 and initially looked to having it repaired or replace it with another 885. I phoned Logitech support to enquire about getting it repaired but was advised that they do not offer this service but instead gave me a 50% off voucher to spend on a new remote. After browsing all the current Harmony models I decided that the 700 would fill my remote needs (I hate touch screen remotes after having a pronto and a harmony 1000 and also use the coloured buttons a lot so the One was not an option*). The fact I only had top pay £45 for it was a bonus. The Good My Harmony 700 was delivered yesterday and first impressions are good. Compared to the 885 the build quality seems far superior and the buttons all have a much more positive feel to them. It is also much more comfortable to hold in the hand than the old 885. So far so good! Setting the remote up only took 15 minutes as I used the “change remote” process within the Harmony software, once that was done all I did was customise a few buttons and all was working. One thing that got me puzzled was I couldn't find the power on delay settings within the software and I had to do a search on Google to find how to adjust this (I could probably have read the manual too). Changing the power on delay is done via the remote handset itself, you press and hold the “help” button for 5 seconds to enter an advanced setup menu then follow the on screen instructions to change the delays. Worked a treat and is a lot quicker than using the pc software (especially if you use trial and error to find the correct delay). I use the 700 to control my living room set up which contains a Samsung LCD, Sky HD box, Onkyo receiver, Sony Blu-ray and a MS Xbox. I have 4 activities set up, Watch TV, Watch Movie, Play Xbox and listen to music (Xbox media center extender). The Bad The biggest downside in this remote is it is restricted to having only 6 devices, this is ample for me as I only need to control 5 devices and I am sure more folk would find 6 enough for a single room setup but I can see it being a problem for some. It doesn't have a charging cradle like the 885, One, 1100 and 900, it is rechargeable though through the USB socket and comes with a wall plug for it. I don't know how long the battery lasts as I just got it but reading reviews I am expecting it to last about 3 weeks between charges (which take 3 hours The screen is only big enough for 4 buttons unlike the 885 and One which have 6 buttons on the screen. Verdict I am very happy with my purchase and much prefer it to my old 885, it just feels like a much better piece of hardware, it is made from better plastic, the buttons feel nicer and it a nicer shape (thinner but longer). The fact I only paid £45 is a bonus but I would still be happy had I paid £90. If you have more than 6 devices then the 700 is not an option and you should look at the One (which can be bought for under £120) but if 6 devices is enough for you I cannot recommend the 700 enough. I will post pictures comparing it to the 885 once I am back home. *I know you can map the coloured buttons to spare hard buttons but I need my remote to be as simple to operate as possible for my mum who regularly comes to babysit.