I'm giving these another week. They are not growing on me or my family. Too many functions require using the soft buttons at the top, which look to be in alphabetical order by default. Also, being an activity-based remote, the lack of an "off" button that operates the currently selected device is a bit to get used to.
I would think that they would already be logically grouped for a device that sells for $130, but I can understand where this design choice came from. I can't, however, understand why many of the soft buttons' descriptions are longer than the screen can display.
Unfortunately, I expected something better than my old JP1-hacked OFA.