As mentioned, the range of the remote control's range could be a a good deal better, but it is unlikely to be a real issue in most installations.
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I’d say that the remote’s range is barely acceptable. There’s no problem bouncing off my screen for a total distance of 20 feet, but at 25 feet, it’s getting inconsistent. Well, the remote runs on two AAA batteries. Remotes with two AAs typically do better, but any way I consider it, the range of the remote is a bit less than most, more in line with credit card remotes than the other remotes that come with $2000 projectors. Too bad. Fortunately, you "owners" don't spend near as much time as me with a remote, as I have to "play" with all the features.
On the plus side, the backlight is an orange-ish red, with good brightness. It isn’t so bright as to overwhelm in a fully darkened room, like some, nor is it too dim. It’s very easy to read the descriptions on all of the buttons. If the range were a bit better, I’d say this was a pretty great remote.
Two green square buttons at the top: Power On, and Power Off (press twice to power down). Next comes a row with three buttons – one each for HDMI 1, 2, and 3.
Then, the next row (three more buttons) provides quick access to the Picture Mode, Press it once to open, and press additional times to toggle through the multiple modes.
The next two buttons are for two specific modes: Day, and Night. Now typically, I would assume that they were ISF Day and ISF Night, but apparently not. ISF Day and Night are normally modes specific to calibrators, and require a password from the ISF folks (Imaging Science Foundation), which certifies most calibrators.