since we watch all our movies/tv on the PS4 pro, i figured i'd start with a remote that was more intuitive than the DS4. happy to find a universal ps4 remote with bluetooth! Everything goes to a Yamaha 5.1 RX-V483 a/v receiver then on to our LG TV. We wanted a single remote to power on/off all devices, control volume and input on the yamaha receiver, and operate the basic functions on the playstation apps.Pros:1) This achieved all goals. looks slick. nice clicky buttons. learned other remote functions well, connected to devices easily. less than 1 hour setup. does power on/off, volume up/down. input selections. ps4 pro is always in ""rest mode"" this remote woke the ps4 up from ""rest mode"" via pressing the big ps button in the middle of the pdp remote. it controls primary ps4 apps (hulu netflix amazon prime). All buttons / functions operate as expected. all ds4 buttons work (circle, triangle, square, X) in each app. NO dongles or kludgy add-ons for my PS4 pro. the bluetooth connectivity is perfect. Volume is locked to a single device BUT that's my biggest gripe, see below.2) Using ""learning mode"" I taught the ""channel up"" on the pdp remote, to do the same as ""input up"" from my yamaha receiver's remote. Repeated to configure channel down to be the same as input down. This worked on the first try. remote now cycles thru inputs both up and down, powers on/off, volume goes up/down. we don't have a cable box. having the channel button be a configured button was a big positive for me.Gripes:1) Volume doesn't quite ""push thru"" perfectly, but still works on basic level, so technically, does what it says it will. In PS4 mode, the volume increases or decreases really slowly, can't hold down the volume button, have to click for each increase/decrease, but still technically ""works."" I almost dock a star for this. When i enter ""amp"" mode, it functions like normal and goes up and down much faster. soi guess it meets the marketing message2) the pdp remote's green 'input' button does nothing for me, and I wish the green ""TV"" button wasn't there, since we use the smaller grey buttons.3) first connection messed up my receiver settings, but were fixed. the pdp remote over-rode what to display on the receiver's small LED screen, after I reconfig'd then locked the yamaha settings with built-in ""memory guard."" i got the pdp remote to work. but had to redo my receiver settings.4) bluetooth is a battery hog, but that's not this remote's fault. Just get rechargeable amazonbasic AAA batteries.