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I picked up one of these used for $40 to replace the remote for my Vizio SV470M which died over the weekend. This is my 3rd working unit now. :) It took me all of 10 minutes to progam in macros and add 3 devices into it.



 

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I bought a Harmony One when it was introduced and found it nearly useless because their device database was so limited. I much preferred my original Pronto and my Marantz RC9001, both of which are fully programmable. These days, I pretty much exclusively use the Harmony. Their device database has matured and Logitech's approach has grown on me. As a geek, I claim not to have minded the hours I spent designing/tweaking my control panels in the Philips remotes (the Marantz is just a re-badged Pronto TSU9600), but I'm not sure I'd want to go through all that again. As you mentioned, the Harmony is a piece of cake to get going and I think it's well designed. I have absolutely no complaints about its performance and it's quite ergonomic.
 
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