I was walking through Target yesterday and saw that the URC WR7 was on sale for $20. I wanted to get a Harmony for my new bedroom HR24, and since this remote claimed to have 13 macro enabled buttons I bought it. It was easy enough to program after I figured out that the only way to set up the discrete codes to change inputs on my TV was to use my Harmony in learning mode. Short of having another remote that the WR7 can learn from, there isn't another way to set up automatic input switching. My macros for it are simple as I only have the TV, HR24, sound bar and Apple TV. I use the on/off button for everything and my macros only set the TV input and assign controls for that component. Audio controls in all functions control the sound bar. It's a nice enough remote being, a little heavier than a Harmony. It seems to be well made and the buttons controlled backlight is nice even though it's red. It's a little quirky to program and you need another remote to teach it discrete codes, but it's a great remote for $20.