This is the same remote as the HD71 uses, and as a result, I pasted in the Remote section from the HD71 review (replacing the model number). Here it is:
Unlike some other of their remotes, the HD65 remote seems to have plenty of range. One interesting thing - and I never thought I would ever say this, is that the HD65 remote control's backlighting, may actually be a little too bright. I love the blue LED lighting, but when I'm just playing with the settings of the projector through the menus, the remote is so bright, that if I'm holding it in front of me, it's much brighter than the image on the screen, and I can have trouble seeing the subtle changes I'm making with individual color, brightness, and contrast controls.
It's not that big a deal. I have gotten used to hitting a button on the remote (any button lights it up), and then turning the remote over to use, unless I need to read the buttons. Also the remotes buttons stay lit up, for only about five seconds. Still, considering I'm usually complaining that backlit remotes aren't bright enough...
Ok, to the functionality of the remote:
At the top left is the power button - once for on, twice for off. Opposite it, is the Mode button to toggle between modes like Cinema, Bright and so on.
The next two rows have four buttons for the different aspect ratios. the next six buttons in two curved rows, give you control of brightness, vertical keystone correction, contrast, edge masking, overscan, and finally (lower right) the Menu button.
Below those, are the four arrow keys in the typical diamond formation, with the Enter button in the center.
That only leaves the six direct source buttons on the bottom, one each for HDMI, DVI, VGA, Component, S-Video and Video.
All considered a very good remote.