Pros: Use your computer just like a home theater system. Works great with my ati all in wonder 9600.
Cons: dont plug anything into the jacks on the side of the reciever unit, you'll fry it. This is my second remote wonder, though I have two remotes that both work. ha. It doesnt quite work up to 60 feet, maybe 20 if your lucky and have fresh batteries.
Summary: Great when it works, otherwise you might as well just sit at the computer. I think and IR remote would have been cheaper and worked better.
Pros: Integrates well with ATI Media Center, and has plenty of regular and programable buttons and the software allows you to program what buttons do in different programs.
Cons: Since it's RF it seems to decide when it wants to work. Under certain conditions you have to be standing on the reciever for it to work. Even on good days it will only work in certain positions/locations.
Summary: Recommend using a 15 ft (or 30 ft + powered USB hub) USB extension, to get the receiver to within 30 ft of where the remote will be used.
Pros: Works great with FC3 using lirc_atiusb. The trick is creating the right lircd.conf file. Works great with lirc and MythTV. Do not buy the RW-1 because it only has about a 6 ft range. Buy this one instead. Note: I have not tried this with Windows and therefore cannot render an opinion on that.
Cons: Only good for about 30 or 35 ft, not 60 as advertised. Works through 1 wall. AUX and PC buttons do not work with lirc_atiusb but all other buttons do and are programmable, even the thumb pad.
Summary: Don't buy this remote if you plan on using it through a wall in your house or over a large distance. It simply doesn't have the signal strength for it. This is an excellent remote for an HTPC if you can put the receiver somewhere with a clean line of sight, however.
Pros: Highly Customizable; Good Driver Support for PC and Mac platforms; Joystick style mouse has good accuracy; sturdy construction.
Cons: Signal strength is a little low and can be an issue over large distances or through objects.
Summary: I got this remote to use with my Media Center that is hidden behind a wall. The radio reception for it isn't all that it's cracked up to be, but if you're close enough to the transmitter it works OK. NewEgg, of course, got it to me way before schedule!
Summary: I bought this gem with my new ATI x600 Pro All-in-Wonder. Well, off the bat, this thing was giving me problems... The drivers had to be updated to work, and then the ATI Media center and Windows Media center started to conflict.