I've currently got the basic Pronto, the RU940. While I've gotten along with it myself over the years I've had it, the GF dioesn't like using it, particularly for transport control operations as the screen size means that the "buttons" are close together and she often hits the wrong one. It's got to the stage where if we're watching someont on TV together she refuses to control playback herself, meaning I have to do it. I must admit that I would prefer to have more hard buttons for things you're going to need pretty much all the time (i.e. 4-way menu selector with OK button, transport controls), plus some extras such as the four Fasttext buttons, as at the moment with my Sky+ set-up on my Pronto it gets a bit annoying having to switch to a seperate screen to do fast forward/rewind (although I could always stop recording programmes off of comercial TV so I don't keep having to skip through the adverts ) So this means I'm in the market for a new remote should there happen to be one that meets my needs. From looking around the remote that would seem to meet my needs in terms of physical buttons in the Logitech Harmony 885. However, I'm a bit concered about the need to program it via the web, especially since I've read a number of user reviews stating that the web interface is extremely slow, and that there's no proper macro facility, just "activities". I may have read the reviews wrong, but with my Pronto, aside from the obvious power on/off macros for different combinations of kit, I also have macros to do things like adjust the dynamic range setting on my amp, or adjust the brightness of the amp's display. Is it possible to set up things like this with the Harmony? My other concern is over discrete codes. With the Pronto, if a discrete code exists for a function on your equipment, chances are you'll find it at remote central. I found this especially useful when I had a JVC HD32P37 as it meant I was able to get codes to directly select the AV inputs, instead of having to go through the TV's menu system (I find it hard to belive that anyone who's ever used a TV designed the UI for that TV). If I'm using the Harmony will I be able to find discrete codes through Logitech's website?