Click to enlarge. SO close
The VPL-VW60 remote control is new, with more buttons and control that the one that accompanied the VW50. Overall, I liked using the remote a great deal. Not my favorite, but very good.
Across the top, from right to left - a green Power button (press once for on, twice for off), in the middle top, the Input select, and on the left, the backlight button (note - none of the buttons on the top row light up).
Next comes two rows of three, mostly image quality controls, from left to right: Color Space, Color Temp, Black Level. On the next row: Gamma, Advanced Iris, and Lens (lens controls focus, zoom and vertical lens shift), and brings up a green test pattern for focusing and placement.
Further down you'll find the reset on the right, and the four arrow keys with center Enter button for menu navigation. Right below that is the wide Menu button itself.
Next, a row of three, with Aspect ratio, RCP (color management) and Adj. Picture, which lets you toggle through most picture settings in order.
After some space, the next row down has three buttons, one for Cinema, Standard, and Dynamic, immediately followed by User 1, 2, and 3, for all your presets.
Lastly there is a row of rocker switches: One each for Sharpness, Brightness, and Contrast.
Buttons are reasonably large, and the remote should work well for even those with really large hands. That's about all I can think of, about the Sony remote.