I've found that the remote runs Linux. So there is some hope of being able to modify and customize it's function. I haven't been able to fully take apart the firmware but I'm getting close. You can see the results at [Link: magick.org]
. I'm updating the page as I go. If anyone downloads the firmware and wants to help, please do email me with whatever you find - my email address is on the page.
I've posted this information to the Philips Support Forum to see what information they can provide.