You should read again. For comprehension this time. I didn’t say any of those things.You said you drop it, lose track of it, and that and animals jump on it. It doesn’t matter if some people do that. Those are not normal or reasonable use cases.
Why is it so hard for some people to recognize that the issue is their behavior? My whole point is that people have to spend money on a product that performs worse because they refuse to follow simple instruction and change behaviors that have undesirable outcomes.
Don’t sleep with your remote if it cause issues. Don’t turn the tv off until you placed the remote back and then you don’t have to do it in the dark. Unless of course you have one of those TVs that doesn’t use light to show images.
Didn‘t say anything about sleeping with the remote. I don’t know how cranked you have the brightness on your TV, but my rooms are pretty dark with just the light from the TV.