I really like this Sanyo remote control, with its bright red backlit buttons. The top half of the remote has different sized round buttons, as well as the usual four arrow key configuration for menu navigation in a round configuration with a center OK (enter) button. On the top right is the power button (once for on, twice for off), and the backlight button is on the top left. The light stays on for about 10 seconds after you hit the button, which is a very reasonable amount of time (I hate remotes where the light's out by 3-5 seconds).
Next is the Menu button (left) Reset (center), and Back (for navigating) on the right.
I really don't like seeing a Reset button on a remote control, there's always the chance to wipe out important saved settings, even if there is a confirm yes/no. Better to leave such things to the menus.
The last two round buttons are the Screen button (Aspect ratio) on the left, and Info button on the right.
In the lower half of the remote are a whole lot of rectangular buttons. Down the left side are seven, one for each of the different inputs (HDMI1, compoenent video, 1, etc.) To the right of the first of those inputs are two buttons, one for selecting between the preset modes (Pure Cinema, Dynamic...), and the other for any of your user defined saved modes.
Next down the center and the right, are a number of buttons for direct access to image controls, including Brightness, Contrast, Color Temperature, Color (saturation) sharpness, etc.
Finally, further down, are buttons for freezing the frame, displaying a user inserted "logo", the video mute (the lens door closes), and Lamp control.
All considered, an excellent remote. It has a logical layout, good spacing, bright light, and good range. Hard to find anything to complain about (ok, except the Reset button).