I am a daily user of Wii Fit Plus and EA Sports Active 2. I mostly bought this product to use with the latter, seeing as it does not require any button presses during the exercises. This would be a great product if it were designed a little better.
Regarding other comments on this site, this product is in no way 'too small'. I weigh 160 lbs and I wear it as tight as it will go. This would easily fit someone twice my size. I saw a comment about the difficulty getting the remote in and out. That was a non-issue for me. I found it easy to transfer the remote from the gel case to this case in less than 30 seconds.
The way it rides on the wrist, it is often slipping over one side or the other of my wrist while working out, even when worn quite tight. When doing exercises that require you to bend your wrist (e.g. pushups, downward facing yoga poses) the remote will press quite uncomfortably into your hand. The other option wearing it on the inside of your wrist, making it so the top of the remote is pressing into the floor. I'm giving this product three stars because for about 30-40% of the exercises in EA Active, such as soccer and basketball, it is still easier to use this wrist holder than to hold the remote, even with it's flaws.
Be sure you have a Wii remote with the motion plus built in. This product will not accommodate the remotes with the motion plus aftermarket add-on.
The way this product should be designed is with a two-piece wrist strap and remote holder. Connecting the two would be a click-lock swivel allowing you to easily adjust and wear the remote parallel, perpendicular or at a 45 from your arm, depending on the exercise. When they design it like that, then buy this product.