I don't care if these are business/education projectors. I wish every projector's remote control to have a backlight. That said, almost none do. On the plus side, this W16SK projector setup produces about 6000 lumens doing 2D (that would be considered 6000 lumens for each eye), and about 3000 lumens per eye, for 3D viewing. That means it can work in some fairly well lit up rooms.
The remote is smallish, and loaded with buttons. At the top in the dark area, is the power button, and the individual source buttons. Below that are a number of buttons with numbers on them functioning as a numeric keyboard for entering passwords should you be using them.
Some of those numbered buttons have other jobs as well. The top left of them is the Screen Fit button, doing the same as the one on the projector. Auto setup, aspect ratio and selecting 2D or 3D, and selecting color modes are all handled from those buttons.
Below that comes the traditional Navigation controls with the Menu button to the top left of the navigation ring (just like on the projector). Again, Escape is to the top right, and the Enter control is in the center of the arrows. Below and to either side of the down arrow are a User button (can be defined in the menus) and a Pointer, which allows you to select one of several pointers to move around on the screen.
Below all that are three pairs of buttons ofering Page Up/Down (such as for controlling a Powerpoint presentation), E-zoom, which is the digital zoom function, and of course, Volume up/down.
That leaves only three more buttons on the W16SK's remote control: A/V Mute (mutes both audio and video), Freeze (frame), and Epson's interactive Help button.
Buttons are small but spacing is good, and different groupings make finding / using features pretty easy. Range seems easily acceptable. I was able to stand 25 feet from the screen in my room, point the remote at the screen, not the projector, and get a working bounce. That's about 35 feet total, excellent for a small remote control. And besides, there is a rear sensor for the remote as well, but I blocked that off for the distance test bouncing off the screen.