Pros Perfect for DirecTV HD Tivo; solid feel on the buttons
Cons none so far
Summary Forget the 880. I've tried it and it was very cheesy, especially for the price. This is the perfect remote for anyone with an HD/DVR/Tivo setup...and I've tried them all.
Pros Could not ask for easier control of your components. Nor could I have asked for better support! Great people.
Cons Takes getting used to but then it seems that all new audio and video equipement does.
Summary I have had nothing but the greatest and friendliest support from these people. They seem to guess what my need is and respond very quickly.
The products themselves are quite unique...having the ability to download from the manufacturers website all the necessary info about your components and then integrate it so that a push of one button can turn on and adjust(or off) many components from different manufacturers.
A small computer itself.
Pros Easy! Set up take a few minutes online. Quick USB update the remote and you're off. My brother took 5 days to configure his $900 Pronto. I paid $151 and it's way better, Ha Ha Ha. I called tech support to do a special config, it took them 3 minutes t
Cons None, and i mean none.
Pros Activity-based interface simplifies operation immensely! On-remote EPG is a great idea. Innovative nav pad saves space.
Cons Must aim remote at devices while entire series of commands are sent, or risk losing sync. Buttons are rather small and densely packed (easy to mispress); nav pad is a bit awkward to use. Screen navigation is a little awkward. Too many sticky function mode
Pros Configuration and operation are a breeze
Cons Junky product will fall apart with reasonable use
Summary The summary says it all. It's a joy to use the Harmony software, but my 676 was a bust. The battery cover soon becomes unstable and falls off the remote repeatedly. I eventually had to use tape and rubber bands to keep the thing together. And the rubber buttons eventually become unusable. I had to push the off button 50 times before it eventually worked. Their stingy warranty policy meant that this not-cheap product was really a disposable toy. If somebody else offers a product using their software, go for it. But Logitech's hardware isn't worth the money.