I tested Snatch, too, Ted, and I suspect I'm a little more impressed with it than you...once you figure out how to load those EyeTV and Front Row remote packages, and yes, I had to open the help file and be walked through the process of loading and saving screens, actual use becomes a lot more fluid and intuitive. After playing with it for a few hours, I think it just might be an essential purchase for anyone planning to use an iPhone/touch in the HT.
I tested the EyeTV remote and it does everything I could want it to, including full, smooth support of EyeTVs full screen menus, which I found to be a more more convenient way of finding and launching recordings than the list Poke Eye provides.
Apple's free Remote app, Poke Eye ($1.99) and Snatch ($5.99) are a good combo to have--all apps and servers seem to co-exist well so far--I still prefer Poke Eye for simple, straightforward EyeTV use, but if you think you might need scroll, click, drag or keyboard functionality, then you also need something like Snatch. Its landscape keyboard is very nice, I love how easy it is to switch from the "Front Row remote" screen to the "EyeTV remote" screen, and, well, with about 6 or 7 taps in Snatch you can switch EyeTV audio out from system sound to digital, unlike with Poke Eye. I didn't experience any connection or re-connection problems.
It seems the odd man out in my remote toolbox will be Rowmote, which I never really embraced--at this point I'd only recommend it as the simplest and cheapest ($1) way to get Front Row/Apple remote functionality when you don't otherwise have an Apple remote. Much beyond that, though, was frustrating or too limited.