Advertisements We currently use our TV peanut remote instead of the TV remote. Works awesome. We added a Roku Stick a year ago. This does NOT support IR, so I am extremely limited in universal remotes. Currently, we watch Tivo. All is good. But when we want to watch Roku we need to use the TV remote to switch the input, then use the Roku remote to watch Roku. When we want to switch back to either TV or Tivo we need to use the TV remote to switch the input...then back to the Tivo remote. So juggling 3 remotes. Painful. I know from reading that I need a hub-based remote for the Roku streaming stick because that version of Roku doesn't support IR. I would choose the Logitech Harmony Companion because I simply don't need anything super fancy...and it's the least expensive. Our Tivo peanut-shaped remote controls Tivo, TV and sound bar. That works awesome. So...will the Companion completely replace the Tivo remote so that I can now control all 4 devices with a single remote? What's most important to me on the Tivo remote is the Tivo button (to to Tivo), Live TV and Guide...along with the obvious mute, volume, channel, record, play, fast forward, etc. buttons. I never use the Thumbs. I don't even know what the numbers are for. Anybody have experience with this setup?