For those following the Harmony with HR20 threads... I have solved my problems with trying to use the 880 with the HR20. I got sick of this 880 and went out and got a 676. Got it home and it did the same thing so I started thinking about what is different about my system. I use a Niles IR repeater system that has a IR sensor and a box that has remote IR flashers that mount on each device. I use this because when I pull down my projection screen, it covers up the front of my gear. http://www.nilesaudio.com/product.php?prodID=RCA3&recordID=IR%20Kit&categoryID=Ingenious%20IR&catcdID=5&prdcdID=FG01160 Turns out that the repeater is sending out too strong a signal for the HR20. I played around with masking the IR sensor on the HR20 and ended up blocking about 90% of the signal from the IR flasher to the HR20. Bottom line is that this fixed all my problems with the Harmony models! They now act just like they should. I can even do advaced trickplay by the hold release press again method. One note: The factory remote worked fine with the Niles system and so does all the other devices work fine. The Harmony must send a stronger or different signal rate to the HR20 than the factory remote or the HR20 is sensitive to remote commands being perfectly formated. Now... I have both a 676 and an 880 and the 880 is going back because I like the look and feel fo the 676 so much better than the 880. The rubbery buttons and the texture of the 676 makes it feel much better and easier to use. The layout is also more intuative on the 676. The 880 feels like you are going to break it all the time. The 676 feels stronger and more solid. I will miss this about the 880: The color screen, more readable text per custom button, 8 soft keys instead of 6 per screen, 8 activities instead of 2 per screen,lack of tilt sensor and lack of clock on screen. These negatives are not worth loosing the positives the 676 has over the 880. Not to mention that it is at least $60 cheaper even at the discount internet vendors.