-Ease of Install-
These switches were extremely easy to install. I am saying ten minutes per switch maximum. You must make sure that your home has the neutral (white) wire and have enough room in your electrical box for a dimmer. Always remember to shut off power at the circuit breaker before attempting any work yourself, and if you are uneasy, call an electrician. Hardware is provided, such as screws, wire nuts, and a single gang wall plate. Some of the bigger brands were way harder to wire up and some didn't even give hardware. Also unlike other switches, it works with any decora wallplate (not just the supplied plate).
-Looks and Feels-
I love the style of this dimmer, it is just simply beautiful to look at. Some other dimmers I have tried don't look nearly as nice as this one. I absolutely love the touch dimming slider and the way it glows. On standby, the night light/ indicator light at the bottom will be lit and one led will show the level that the dimmer is set to. When on, the night light will turn off and the dimmer will again show one led indicating its level. When you touch it, it brings a solid bar up to the light level it is set to. The construction definitely feels like some cheap plastic, but that is like every single switch in the market. It's not nearly to the point where I feel like I'm going to break the thing.
The main on/off button sounds and clicks like my mouse, and is very likely a similar button mechanism. Not necessarily an awful thing, just something to get used to. The touch panel for the dimmer is the coolest thing ever. I very much prefer it over a traditional button or slider. It adds that little futuristic touch, you know? A double press of the main button sets the light level to minimum, which is a pretty cool built-in shortcut I use a lot.
Setting up the connection and pairing to my smart home accounts was a breeze. It automatically goes into pairing mode upon the initial power-up. Resetting is simple as well, all you need to do is hold down the on/off button for several seconds. You will know it's in pairing mode as the night light/ main indicator will rapidly blink red. Once paired though, it will hardly give issues. I have six of these, four are close to my router, and two are very far. I had mentioned earlier that my WiFi speeds are in the 250 MBPS range, but for the farther switches, it can dip down to about 20 MBPS. There was only one instance where one switch lost connection but overlook it as it has not happened again in over a year. The worst that happens is a slight (5-second max) lag when turning on from a phone, although very uncommon.
-Alexa and Google Home Integration-
Honestly one of the easiest for Alexa and the Google Assistant to pair. Alexa automatically adds it to the app without even having to go into device discovery mode. I will admit I use Alexa way more than Google, so all I can say about the Google Home is that it will turn on and off the device. As for the Alexa control, I know for a fact she can power on/off, dim to any percentage, and integrate routines. My absolute favorite routines that I have made is an alarm that gradually brings up lights and one where if I say "Movie Night" it switches my nightlight led trim downlights (recommend you look those up, they are very cool) and dims all the lights to 10%.
TL;DR: Just buy it. It is a fantastic switch and you will love it as much as I do.
P.s. I know the walls in the pictures attached look ugly with their gaps and uneven surface, that's on the list of fixer-upper projects. I originally was not going to attach a video but I did last minute.