I just returned from installing 6 Hunter Douglas Applause shades with the PowerRise 2.0 operating system. The customer has a wall of 6 windows, three above and three below. They wanted to be able to operate the shades from a remote control. The shades are battery operated and then the remote is programmed to operate the shades in groups. The customer chose to group the top shades as one, and the bottom shades as another group. Because the new Hunter Douglas Platinum Technology allows the remote to work using infrared or radio frequency, each shade can still be operated independently by using the point and click method. The customer took a long lunch and met us at his home. When we left, he was still happily playing with the remote and exploring his many options. I wonder if he ever went back to work?