Click to Enlarge.So close
The remote is bright enough, unlike many backlit remotes which just aren't bright enough to be easily read.
The next section is for learning, and for controlling devices like DVD players, cable boxes etc. (But no numeric keypad - just a Channel Up/Down).
Then comes the arrow keys with the Menu, Projector and Return buttons.
Further down is the shutter (video mute), buttons for the various inputs, aspect ratio setting, PC mode (sorry, didn't get to that) and MemLoad, for loading your user settings.
Lastly are the buttons for adjusting the picture, which bring up the main menu, the Advanced menu and CCM Cinema Color Management, which brings up various profiles.
I almost forgot, the display shows what device you are working with, and other functions are displayed, relating to the learning features, etc.
That brings us to the menus. The Panasonic PT-AE900u projector as great looking and well