I'm on the lookout for a new all-in-one remote. Got a £30 touchscreen jobby which I've had for a year or so that I got from Maplin...it has no hard buttons at all, a limited number of functions per button since the labels are non-editable, plus the fact that it seems incapable of learning any Sky+ codes correctly which when combined, makes me want to move on to another more expensive, more customisable model... Been looking at a variety of handsets on remotecentral.com. I'm after a remote that has at minimum a hard 5-way pad/joystick type affair (since every one of my components has at least one of these on their original remotes) other hard buttons like vol. etc. is a bonus...I would also ideally like a fully-customisable screen that is capable of handling "favourite channel" macros to save me remembering all the three digit numbers for Sky channels (not to mention the ability to add proper channel logos etc.) I think that it's now a toss-up between the Pronto Neo and the Marantz RC3200. The other larger screen Pronto doesn't seem to have the 5-way pad in the most optimal position for one-handed operation, and looks slightly over-complicated to configure...the Neo variant looks simpler and less daunting, plus has more hard buttons which is a definite bonus, and I definitely would like more hard buttons than the regular Pronto... Both the Neo and the Marantz are obviously more or less identical "under the hood" (with the Marantz having 2 more hard buttons than the Philips) and can both have totally-customisable screens. So what I'm really after knowing is are they to all intents and purposes identical (apart from the Marantz's extra 2 hard buttons)? Do they have identical capabilities apart from this? Do they perform more or less the same, including their learning ability (which is very important, since some of my equipment will almost certainly not have codes already in the built-in database) Cheers.