Reorder activities HERE. Requires a little trial and error to get the order you want.
On another somewhat disturbing note, I'm a little nonplussed at what happened tonight with my 650. My wife was watching TV and knocked the remote from the couch by accident; it dropped from a height of maybe two feet, three feet max. Not a huge drop; just the type of normal drop that happens occasionally to remotes.
Well, the remote didn't work after she picked it up. I looked at it, and one of the battery contacts inside the battery compartment was completely bent, making the battery too loose to fit snugly in the compartment--I turned the remote over and the battery dropped out. Upon closer inspection, I saw why the battery contact had bent on the slight impact: rather than being a coiled spring design like the vast majority of battery contacts, the contacts are a clip design that is INCREDIBLY flexible and all-too-easy to bend out of shape. In fact, I daresay that if you gave the remote a good vigorous shaking, you might succeed in bending the contacts enough to lose battery contact.
I was able to bend the contact back into place with a pen tip (too easily) to fix it, but this was a discouraging find, considering the $100 paid for this remote. I'm not at all optimistic that this remote's design will hold up against the normal wear and tear of a living room remote for very long. How does anyone with little kids possibly use one of these for more than a month or two?