I have a Fiire remote and I freakin love it! I just got a WebDT 366 and it's nice too but there are a few things really keeping me from using it.
No absolute positioning: With the gyro remote I can hold the media button and use absolute positioning for volume, lighting, media, etc. The pad orbiter doesn't have this. With the pad you cycle through 2X, 4X, 8X, etc. like you would with a normal remote. Yes, it's fully functional, but once you get used to absolute positioning it's annoying to go without it.
No visual indication of volume control: When I press the volume up/down on the pad there is no indication that it is going up other than the audible volume level. I know this is a tiny thing but I really like seeing a bar indicating volume level.
The only WebDT's you can get are used so you will have to accept that they will have various imperfections, unsure battery life, scratches, etc. The one I have is not too bad visually, but obviously used and the battery only lasts an hour or so. I am keeping an eye on some of the new pads coming out (I hate having used stuff), hopefully there will be a good solution coming out under $1000 and I could go that way.
I think I would use the WebPad if it had absolute positioning and I could get a new battery, but for now I have both the pad and the Fiire remote sitting next to each other and I ALWAYS reach for the Fiire remote. I've already ordered 3 of the Gyration remotes, one for the back rooms of my house and 2 for standby replacement.
Just my 2 cents.