Not too bad. Very similar to programming the keypad. I recommend printing the manual so you have that to reference. It took a few tries to get the first one to work, but after that, it's just repeating the same steps over and over. The most time consuming part was creating, labeling, and learning the new buttons on the universal remote. I'm really happy with it. I think my bottom line to implement the Insteon system was $380 (for 2 dimmers, 2 switches, a dimming outlet, the 8-button keypad and a discounted IRLinc courtesy of jautor). I'll probably end up getting the custom-etched keypad buttons someday which will bring me to an even $400.
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1/16/13 at 8:12am