Anyone have any good or bad experiences with the Caavo Control Center with an Apple TV? It’s a bit of a unique device, basically a four-port smart HDMI switch and a universal remote that appears to be competing both with the Logitech Harmony and HDMI switches. It’s got intelligence, in that it appears to “watch” the HDMI signal and switch to it when it’s activated, and on the Apple TV does some limited deep linking integration with the Apple TV with a tvOS app called “Caavo Companion.” It’s a nice wizard-guided setup, that in theory, can be handled by anyone with no technical understanding of how to set it up. It didn’t quite work that way for me. It was a pain in the ass to setup, including two lengthy technical support sessions (one for my Apple TV that ended up being a questionable HDMI cable and Ethernet switch, another for my Amazon Fire TV where for some reason I had to reset it up in the Caavo again), but it all seems to work now. It can auto-launch apps on the Apple TV like Netflix or CBS, and search across devices, albeit with some significant limitations. It has its own voice control that can control your devices like an Apple TV and your cable box, although it doesn’t integrate with Siri. It does seem to work with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, although I didn’t set either of those up. Curious if anyone else is using it? My main home theatre and bedroom setups are still controlled with Logitech Harmony remotes and I doubt I’ll change either because I like the number buttons for cable and the overall programmability of crazy macros and combinations. But in my guest bedroom, it’s a perfect “explain nothing and they’ll figure it all out” remote control for guests.