I have just discovered this at www.letsautomate.com I can't recommend it highly enough as being the best 'buttoned' remotes on the market. Anyone looking for a superb quality, ergonomic, fully featured universal remote and doesn't fancy the Pronto because of it's price/lcd screen/complexity - Look no further. This can contol up to 7 diferent devices, can use preprogrammed or learned(upto 200) commands, has more than enough buttons for each device (every button can have 2 functions assigned to it, via the 's' shift key). It also includes useful menu, cursor & OK keys. A built in light illuminates the keys and display. Macros can be assigned to any individual button. A really clever thing is it can emit IR and RF. Two benefits: A) With just the 'receiver' part of a powermid remote extender, you can conrol your equipment from any room in the house. Plus, even if your only in the lounge, it can save you always having to point the remote at your equipment. B) The RF is also designed to work with Philips's own 'power control' modules, which are a bit like X10. These consist of either appliance (1000w) or Lamp (300w) modules. Appliances can be switched on/off and the lamps on/off/dimmer/brighten. Tempted you yet? Well as if thats not enough, the remote also has its own built in clock/timer. The timer can be used to perform a 'macro' at any given time on any particular day. For instance; set lamps to switch on individually/all on, switch tv channel, start video recording a certain programme, switch radio/hifi on to wake you up. Each macro can perform upto 10 commands in series. I've had this remote for just over a week now and I am absolutely over-the-moon with it. Even the Mrs likes it. You can see a detailed photo of it and even download the user manual for this at the philips web site. Find it under 'sound & vision accessories'. Price of this remote is ridiculously low at just £41 from Letsautomate. The modules are only about £14 a piece too. Currys superstores are currently selling the remote for £69.99! Hope that me sharing this information will generate appeal for this relatively unspoken model.