My Harmony 880 of several years seems to be experiencing some problems as of late, so it might be time to get a new remote. I've read some conflicting comments about upgrading to the One, so I've got a few questions: How difficult/easy is it to take my current 880's setting and all and transfer them to the One? (Seems like a lot of people have had only partial success; i.e., only some of their settings transferred.) I have 7 different activities on my 880's display screen. The One's is smaller and doesn't allow as many activities, so how do I go about ensuring that all my 880's activities can be accessed through the One's screen? Or is this not possible? Among the many things the 880 and the One would control are three HD DVRs (two HR20-700s and one HR22-100). Because all three are in the same location, each has its own unique, separate remote code. Would this transfer when I used my Harmony software settings to change from the 880? My 880 has a tough time getting one or two commands to my A/V unit. The volume is one in particular. There is nothing blocking the IR reception, so I don't know what causes this. How is the One's IR transmitting capabilities? Lastly, a Devil's Advocate question--I can get a new 880 for around $90. The One is around $150. Is it REALLY worth the extra $60 or so to upgrade to the One? I do hear it's easier to hold, which would be nice, because I have a hard time grasping the 880 with my hand and being able to press certain buttons, like the volume button, without the remote slipping out of my grasp. Related to #5 above, what would you say are the advantages the One has over the 880? What would you say are the DISadvantages or shortcomings of the One when compared to the 880?