After just noticing another thread about how hard Harmony remotes are to setup i thought I would post my experiences of 'Multi-Remotes' of late..... I recieved a Harmony 688 today and, after spending the last 2hrs trying to get it to work, I'm about to throw it at the wall. In the last month or so I have also bought a Kameleon 6in1 2nd Gen, a Holdan URC-1600 and a Cambridge Audio M1+. The Harmony had the most promise but all have turned out not to be the user friendly, easy setup, ultimate remote control solution I was looking for. My brief was: Easy Setup Easy to Use Looks Stylish (for the missus) Kameleon 6in1 2nd Gen: Stylish but not user friendly. I may persevere with this and try to get it to learn every function manually. Allthough I did have a problem with the mute function. Would turn mute on but not off! Holdan URC-1600: Butt Ugly and can't handle the sky remote. The PC interface (which you pat an extra £20 for) is pointless. You can not setup the actual remote codes with it, just the layout of the buttons. This is a real Lemon and will be hitting an eBay near you soon. Cambridge Audio M1+: Best of the bunch imo. It looks ok and is easy to use. It would be nice to name the buttons, but at this price i'm not complaining. I need to get used to the touch screen (hard to channel change without looking at the remote). Same mute problem with this remote so I guess its a problem with the TV itself. Gets a bit grubby also. Harmony 688: Lulls you into a fals sense of security. The setup makes u think it's all going to work perfectly... It does NOT work perfectly. At this price I expect the setup to WORK. I am sure with perseverance I can get this setup right. However I am really not keen on the 'Watch TV' etc buttons. They just dont work, i'd prefer just having TV, DVD, AMP, SAT, etc. Getting the missus to press 'Device', 'Next', 'Satellite', etc will be more pain than it's worth. I am not prepared to take the big step up to a Pronto. If I find a few free hours I may try again with the remotes I have. You can't have it all I guess.