Well, I just spent the last few hours getting to know my CyberCommander. And it did take a few hours for me to get it mostly figured out and save several light set-ups. This is not for people who never got the hang of programming their VCRs.
First, let me say that I certainly like it and will use it happily. I do have a one gripe, though, to get off my chest tonight.
First, I'm an old guy and have gotten farsighted. I liked the very large lcd screen and the large button board of the Radio Remote 1, which was about the size of a 1985 cell phone or a wide, flat cable remote control--you could operate it with gloves on. However, it could only show you the level of one light at a time--you didn't get a simultaneous view of all the light levels.
That's the only bad thing I have to say about it.
This is a trade-off, and I'm sure most people will prefer the tiny size and bright screen. I'll get used to it. One thing I did was to set the flash units at the odd numbered channels to get a bit of visual spread.
Oh, I do wish there was a door to the MicroSD slot.
A very positive thing, though, is that it works very well as a flash meter with the CST on the camera. I haven't wrung that out completely for a long shot, but it will simply my life.
The readout of decreasing color temperature with decreasing power is interesting.