On January 29, 2007 at 11:22, De Pampi said...
If you're into full customization see (the expensive)
Philips pronto line or NevoSL. These are however "installer"
remotes where you're not only buying a remote but also
the service and installation of it (means expensive).
For some people, perhaps. However, if you know anything about programming you can come up to speed on the Pronto series pretty quickly.
IMHO, the full customization the Prontos allow makes the learning curve worthwhile. However, if this isn't for you, try the new Logitech Harmony 1000. While not cheap, these appear to be what the RC9800i should have been.