I'm in the process of selecting a new remote. I'm 90% sure I want to go with a hard-button design over a touchscreen. So naturally I've been looking at the HT Master line. I'm just a bit confused on how you actually use it. The MX-500 allows you to control 10 components. So when I pick it up and wanted to turn on my dvd player (for example) I look at the LCD sceen and hit the button lables DVD: It seems like it has pre-labled hard buttons for most of the basic functions (Chapter skip, Menu, Rewind, etc). But for more obscure functions (Zoom, Audio, etc) I'd have to label to buttons on the LCD screen something like this? 1)Is that about it? Do you guys find it tough to limit yourself to only 5 letters when labeling a button? 2)Also, say I turn on my receiver and want to switch the input from my dvd to my cd player? How would that be set up? A different button for each input? 3) Bluedo.com ( http://www.bluedo.com/bluedocgi/prod...odel=MX-500PKG ) has a package where you get an additional learning remote and a JP1 cable. Should I get this as well?