"Great remote that could use a few software tweaks"4.0 starson by RobCreely
Pros: * Software relatively easy to use and found all my devices
* Can even program my ceiling fan controls!
* Comfortable in your hand
* Button layout is thoughtful
* Can customize almost every button
* LED screen is flexible
* Eliminates remotes!
Cons: * Activity presets have some baked in settings you can't customize
* No out of the box PS3 support (although I blame Sony, not Logitech)
* No RF support
* Only supports 6 devices
* No charging station (just USB to wall cable)
Summary: My first foray into specialized customizable remotes. I am real happy as this things does what it is supposed to do. RF would have been nice, but it isn't a deal breaker. The feel in your hand is nice and it comes with 2 rechargeable batteries. Responsiveness is nice and sometimes even feel better then the original remote.
Preset "Activities" are a mixed blessing that do basically what they are supposed to do and allow you to mix controls on your remote (like having the volume buttons operate your receiver while the channel buttons operate the cable box). Although, the "Watch Movie" preset activity forces my Xbox 360 to be my DVD player by default and the software won't allow you to remove or change it. I have also found the software to be to inclined to make you want to change your TV inputs when you change an Activity, even though all my inputs change at my receiver. An option that states "input change unnecessary" would have been nice. Some of these things can be done via a workaround, but it would have been nice if they were easier to find in the main Activity menus during setup.
The only device this didn't cover was my PlayStation 3 (which I use for a Blu Ray player). The reason is Sony stupidly chose to use Bluetooth for the PS3 remote interface and this Logitech remote does not do Bluetooth. You will need to buy an extra device to allow for PS3 control. The software will map PS3 buttons, though.
Only major negatives I can find were some of the baked in Activities features and non intuitive setup options as well as the non support for PS3 Bluetooth control.