Summary: This is a nice little remote that has all the features I needed, and I was even able to program it to work my Bose wave radio. I do have a few complaints, though. The buttons don't light up. The hinge seems really flimsy. There's a clock on the outside, but it's not lighted either and if you want to view the date you have to get a paperclip and press it into the tiny hole.
Summary: it *is* the only universal remote i/ve ever had that actually *worked*. onea both the pros and cons is that it is very small and lightweight - which means it tends to get lost. but that/s not *its* fault. it *is* sorta funny that the evil nemesis tends to think it is the cell phone, and tries to make calls on it. a con i don/t know yet is it has a code to be the remote for an ipod. well, 2 ipods here, and the imac, which works off the apple ipod remote also.
Summary: this remote would be great if it used triple AAA batteries, however it uses two CR2032 batteries which it discharges within an hour after you insert them. I bought one, it worked great after setup, but an hour later I went to use it and nothing, it was dead. I thought it was just the batteries so I bought two more, inserted them, and set it back up, and it worked fine, then an hour later, nothing, the batteries were dead again.