The next row has the Menu button, and to its right, an Aspect ratio button that works like the two above.
Below all that is the classic menu navigation setup, with the four arrow keys in a round configuration, with a center Enter button, and the Escape button which takes you back a level, is to the right of the down arrow.
Next come the six choices for Source, each with a discreet button.
The bottom area offers six buttons for direct access, respectively to Gamma control, Contrast, Color Temp. and Skin Tone. The lowest two bring up Test Pattern and Screen Blanking.
Way down at the very bottom of the Epson HC720 remote control is the backlight button. The backlight button will turn off automatically 10 seconds after the last button is pressed.
Bottom line: The Epson Home Cinema 720 remote is nicely sculpted to fit in your hand, easy to use with only one hand, has a bright backlight, and the buttons are very nicely spaced, with lots of room between them. Even those with super-sized hands should like this one!