There are a lot of wireless remotes available today and the key to working with SongShow Plus is programmability.
The keyboard keys most used for moving forward and backward through a program in SongShow Plus are the plus (+) and minus (-) keys. Unfortunately, most remotes are not programmed with these keys by default. If you get a programmable remote that you are able to assign these keys to buttons of your choice, this is not an issue.
We recently tested the RemotePoint Emerald Navigator presentation remote (model VP4450) from Interlink Electronics and it seems to work well. Full hardware specifications and software can be found on the manufacturers website.
The remote itself is fairly simple with 4 programmable buttons and a built in green laser pointer. It has a small USB receiver with a 100ft RF range that was easily recognised when plugged into the test system. The package does not come with any software but the programming utility is relatively small and can be downloaded from the manufactures website. This installation does require Microsoft DotNet so you will have to download that as well if you don't have it.
Programming this remote was pretty straight forward. After the programming application is installed, launch it and select the remote you have. After selecting a custom profile you can assign a key to the buttons by simply selecting the key from the drop down list. One limitation that I found with this is the programming tool does not include the 10-key pad in the programming list.
Once the programming is done the key/button assignments (plus (+), minus (-) and (\) for Mute Display in this case) are saved in the USB receiver so there is no need to reprogram the remote if you move to another system. I tested this by moving the USB receiver to another system with SSP installed on it and the remote worked as expected.