I recently purchased an Integra DHC 9.9 processor which replaces my aging Proceed AVP2. This is a great processor with all the bells and whistles for under $2000. My only quibble is on page 140 in the 9.9 manual it states “When the remote controller’s batteries expire, all learned commands will be lost and will have to be learned all over again”. I also verified this with Interga's tech support. It would be a drag to have to re-program the remote every time the batteries die or are taken out to be changed. I had already programmed information into the remoted prior to see the above information (barried in the back of the manual so I have not taken the batteries out at this point. A truly exceptional processor but a flaw with the remote if this is actually the case.