The Sharp remote is medium sized, about five inches long. Buttons are on the small side and fairly well packed, but Sharp uses different sized buttons and groupings to make it fairly easy to remember. At the top, Power, and Standby (off). The next four buttons 2x2 are the inputs. The buttons offer up choices of Computer, DVI, S-video and Video. Hitting those buttons brings up further choices when appropriate.
The next row from left to right: Break Timer, Freeze and AV Mute.
Now we come to the presentation tools, the small button on the left brings up a Pointer on the screen that you can control with the arrow keys. Pressing the Effect button offers a choice of pointers or lines. Or, try the small button on the opposite side. That puts a spotlight on the screen, actually it dims all of the screen, except for a rectangular box about 1/10th the size of the whole screen, as shown in this photo.
Navigation is below that, with the four arrow keys in an oval configuration with the Enter button in the center.
This Sharp projector offers remote mousing abilities which use these same navigation controls. There's a small Return button below and to the right of the nav, and right below that, the Menu button. In the middle on that row, is the Mode button to toggle between modes - you know. Standard, Presentation, sRGB...). The remaining buttons give you access to keystone correction (the projector has auto keystone correction, if turned on), Eco mode, and Resize (aspect ratio). Finally, alone on the bottom row, the small but magical 3D button. And that's the remote. Not bad at all!