Summary: I've been very happy with my most recent purchase, although the $180 price tag has been a bitter pill to swallow. You get what you pay for though, I replaced 5 other remotes, all of which were a chore to use, with this one and I've yet to find fault with it.
Pros: fits well in the hand, feels solid, buttons feel sturdy, not rubbery like most remotes, nice online setup/programming
Summary: This remote is very nice for setups which require multiple systems to be used in combination. My media player uses the tv, media player and surround sound system which all turn on at the same time (and on the correct channels etc.
Pros: Relative easy to set up. Replaced 6 remote controls. Easy to operate once settings are programmed.
Summary: I *love* this remote. It replaced four remotes with ease, and I don't feel like it's anywhere near it's potential yet. The Xbox thing isn't huge, since you're more than likely going to be using a controller to play your games, so you can use that instead of the remote to turn off.
Pros: - Looks beautiful on a table - Easy to follow installation - Has a charging dock that looks fantastic, but still low profile - Great battery life - The Help menu has fixed any problems that come up.
Cons: It has some trouble configuring activities with the new Xbox 360. I haven't been able to get it to turn it off, or to consistently choose the right method to turn it on. I usually have to use the help menu, but the help menu does fix it.
Pros: I love this remote! It makes it so much easier to watch tv or dvd's. Just set it up and hit one button and it turns all your equipment on and turns them to the right settings to watch whatever your wanting to watch.
Cons: Their are only two cons that I can think of. First off, I am having trouble getting the remote to recognize the input my tv needs to be on and second, to use it with a PS3 you have to buy a special adapter.
Summary: I've had a few 880 and 890's that the buttons didn't work on or stopped working after a few months. I had to adjust the timing from 8 sec to 16, but was easy to find and update in the software.
Pros: Easy to program; I use these remotes for custom installs because there is a HELP button for when things get out of sequence. This saves me phone calls from my clients. I was a Universal Remote MX installer, what a pain.
Cons: The IR input didn't receive commands so I used my 890 pro to grab the IR from my Roku. Logitech doesn't have the Roku N-1000 IR codes in their data base. Shouldn't it be under set top boxes? Logitech needs to figure it out.....Why would I set it up as a DVD player?
Summary: Don't usually write reviews but this was really worthwhile.
Pros: Needed something my wife could use to control everything we have. This is it. After programing it works just as described. As long as you direct it long enough everything connected comes on and off perfectly. Look and feel are nice extras, but functionality is what counts and it has it.
Cons: Only con at the time was had to go to outside source for logos for tv stations. Don't know, now that may be available through Logitech. Not a big problem.
Summary: Have owned this remote over 2 years and can not recommend it enough.
Pros: This is a great remote. I just upgraded my receiver, which meant that I had to change all my inputs to HDMI and make all the I/O changes for the other devices. It was a snap. I don't even want to think how hard this would have been without the Harmony One.
Cons: There is a design flaw with this remote. As the battery ages, it tends to swell. Due to the battery compartment size, it is a PITA to remove the battery. If your battery requires frequent charges, take it out to make sure that you won't have a problem later. 1 egg off.