Got mine. Will start configuring tonight, when I get a computer with Windows here. This is my first serious inconvenience with the device: no support at all for Linux or Mac.
For the people looking a good configurable IR receiver for your PCs, you can try Flirc.
PS: I really like the feeling of the remote. My girlfriend, too, se says it feels better than the Harmony 900 I have pending of repair -haha, Logitech repair...-.
The configuration software is so bad. Worse than Logitech one. I'm using the OS and browser asked, so I hoped to get a decent software. It isn't. For example, my TV, a LG Plasma, is in the database but not the discrete on/off codes for it. I can't add them because the software doesn't accept discrete codes input. Nor the remote in any of the options. So I will have to teach it to another device to teach it to the remote. Thanks God I bought it on offer, for the official retail price
Come on, guys, it is not THAT hard to do a decent software. I'm not even asking a multiplatform, offline software. Just a decent one. Lemme add discrete codes, is good for you to improve your database.
By the way, spanish translation, both in the software and in the device is unprofesionally bad. We can blame Logitech a lot of things, but at least their c#@p makes sense in my language. That is always nice.