The Sony remote is long and has good weight. You should be able to read the buttons in the picture so I won't run through them all. I like the light is top left, easy to get to. I don't like the blue led light, it's not bright enough I find it too dark, hard to read in a dark theater.
Input is also on the top row, and that works great. Press the button and a list of sources (a very short list, btw) appears in a small menu, which will appear in different places on the screen depending on what you choose for menu position.
It gets better, next is three rows of picture modes. No menus needed to quickly switch.
After that larger buttons to control the lens - motorized focus zoom and lens shift. I do wish Sony would let you control those with the source image selected, but instead, it brings up a focus and position screen (not much on it) to focus, zoom and lens shift.
That big curved Position button is where you find the Lens Memory controls
Underneath the navigation area is another array of buttons this time mostly direct access to specific adjustments such as Color Space or Advanced Iris.
Other than the backlight, great remote and excellent range.