My Harmony 885 constantly makes controlling 5 AV components flawless. The activity based macros on the screen are ace. The number of hardware models supported covers everything. The hard buttons get remapped for each activity and feel like a normal remote.
There's a downloadable java-based application for OS X and Windows and I use both (v7.3). It does less jumping about with plug-ins and popups. At least that was my main gripe with the web-based version when I last used it.
I paid about 110 for my 885 i think. It's well worth the money if it does what it says on the tin!
By comparison, I bought an early Pronto a few years ago and that went unused for about 6 years before I sold it.
When you have about 5 or 6 AV components in regular use, a multi-remote saves a LOT of coffee table real-estate that is better used for coffee cups and DVD boxes.
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