Since Logitech dropped sequences, sales and profits for Harmony remotes are down this year according to the latest reports. No direct correlation there, I admit, but if removing features was supposed to result in windfall profits, it didn't. It resulted in lower sales, a lot of bad press, complaints and the loss of many advanced users like myself as customers. Sales probably fell due to many factors, like competition from iOS and Android apps, an entire line of crippled remotes (older models had 12-15 devices but their replacements only have 5 or 6), failed products like the Link, new development costs for myharmony.com, etc.
Any universal remote feature set that doesn't include macros doesn't belong in any lineup. Besides the nearly obsolete One, harmony doesn't make any remote that does sequences (unless you use the old software). That's just sad.