Thank you very much, Pabs! Definitely worth getting back into rechargeable batteries again. My only experience with them is limited to the rechargeable NiCd and rechargeable alkaline batteries from the 90s(which weren't great and got set aside when they couldn't run my digital camera and other modern high-drain devices). Will be nice to try the NiMH, with Eneloops.
I think the eneloop is light years ahead of good old nicd or even most nimh cells, they don't have as much 'memory' problem, and no need to empty to charge everytime. If you are into rechargeable, they are really nice to get.Personally, I am just a really forgetful person, and it's hard to keep track what needs to get charged or not. So most of my AAA/AA remotes/appliances I use Lithium AA/AAA, but for stuff I use very frequently and track everyday(like my wireless keyboard/mouse), I think eneloops are the way to go.