I have the 529, similar model. yes, you can control multiple tivos. the key is to have each individual remote available. when you create the tivo device, it asks if you have the original remote. say yes, and follow the prompts. If your original remotes are set up correctly with different addresses, you should be good to go...
Stingray... you're getting into "religous" issues--are hard plastic buttons better than rubberized? Should there be a NPL/LIST button or is going through the TIVO button easier, are "soft buttons" (programmable/menu lists) better or is it better to program hard buttons to different functions... AUGH!
www.remotecentral.com has tons of good info, and I highly suggest you run down to your local stores ( Circuit City comes to mind offhand ) that have a display of the different Remotes and pick 'em up and hold 'em. Then stop by the Logitech.com website as well.. I think there's a "test drive" area for programming the remotes. ALL are programmed the same way--you create devices and then create actions, then customize the buttons from there.
My personal feeling is that the Peanut is an Excellent layout--if Logitech would reasonably duplicate the size/layout of a Peanut remote in a universal remote package, I think it'd be a HUGE winner for the tivo/dvr crowd. I suspect there are copyright/patent issues to consider there though.
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