Source: https://www.theverge.com/2021/4/10/22377015/logitech-discontinues-harmony-universal-remotes Offical Announcement: Announcement: Harmony Remote Manufacturing, Service and Support Update A sad day indeed. While we are down to only one TV in the house using a Harmony remote, I have a few spares in varying states, although the newest one is a Logitech Harmony One. I know a lot of people have struggled to get their remotes working, but my experience is once you spend the time to tweak the config for your setup it does just what it says on the box. With near 100% Wife Approval Factor (WAF) it has been an invaluable piece of kit for controlling the TV, receiver and all the device plugged into it. Switching between 'activities' just works. Volume control is consistent and the remote lives on its charging dock. It really is such an elegant solution. But, the sad reality is the other two TV's in the house don't need a universal remote anymore. The one in the bedroom is rarely used and only has an Apple Tv 4 plugged into it and with CEC it can turn itself on and off and control the volume from the dink Apple Remote. The one in the games room does have two consoles plugged in, so the learning curve is knowing where the source button on the remote is. That's it. Being an older (and much thicker) LCD it actually has pretty decent speakers that crank right up. Playing Rock Band with my daughter is awesome on this screen, although the day it dies and/or gets replaced with a newer larger unit it will need a receiver (or sound bar) because modern TV's have shit sound. The main TV in the lounge does have full CEC support across the stack and it seems to work consistently(ish), at least if the Apple TV 4K in that room, the XBox One and Switch struggle and while we could probably get by with just the receiver remote (which does seem to make the TV follow it's on/off signal), it's needlessly complicated for the wife and kids who really only need three source buttons, volume and power the vast vast majority of the time. At least for the foreseeable future we have the Harmony remote, although I really need to go into the software and re-configure it to reflect the current setup and maybe push the config to both the in use Harmony One as well as the backup... that was even if the server gets switched off and the main remote dies I can still continue to use it as long as my config is in place (and maybe even beyond assuming Apple and Samsung continue to keep the same IR coding).