A few weeks ago I updated the lighting in my bedroom and discovered that my dimmer switch now made an extremely loud buzzing noise. I decided this was undesirable and possibly unsafe, so I replaced it with a Lutron Caseta dimmer switch kit which came with a Pico Remote and a Hub. At the same time I bought a Caseta lamp dimmer, which has two AC sockets for two lamps. It's been a while now, so I thought I would provide a review. Pros: First of all, I was worried that all of the "smart" device complications would lead to a less than 100% reliable product. But other than an initial configuration hiccup that I had to fix, I am happy to report that these are both completely and utterly reliable. The Caseta switches are also quite attractive, as are the Pico remotes. Quality of everything seems decent. Hot wires can go in any connector--there's no "wrong direction". No neutral wiring required. When you switch to full on or full off, the switch ramps up or ramps down over a few seconds instead of going immediately to 100%. This has a surprisingly pleasant effect, as opposed to most switches which immediately blast you with light or dump you into darkness. I imagine that it also reduces thermal shock, thereby extending the life of incandescent bulbs, CFL ballasts, and LED electronics. The Pico remote has a button with a configurable "favorite" dimmer setting. This is great because the overwhelming majority of the time I like my lights at 50%. This button also "domes" upward so it is easy to activate in the dark by feel. Controlling lights with Siri is awesome. Easy to configure. Easy to pair remotes. Can use switch and remote right away without configuring (no smartphone features of course). No lag. Cons: The main switch doesn't have that "favorite" button that the Pico has, despite having an otherwise identical size and layout. So if I want to go to 50% when I walk into a room (which is how I typically want it), I have to stand there and press and hold the "increase brightness" for a few seconds. With the old dimmer switch of course I could put it halfway in an instant, so this is a big step back and a multiple-times-per-day-annoyance. Why not include that favorite button? Odd design choice. The switch and Pico remote buttons are all perfectly flush with each other (except for that one dome button on the Pico), so it's hard/impossible to know which button your finger is on. You also can't really activate it with anything other than your finger (hip, elbow, water glass, plate, whatever box you're carrying in both your hands, etc.)... I never knew how much I did that with a normal switch until I wasn't able to do it with a flush buttons. Notes: I have LED bulbs in the two lamps. Although the bulbs are the same brand and model, they were purchased a few months apart and are from different lots. Unfortunately they dim very differently so at any brightness other than 100%, they are noticeably different. This is just a trial with one switch--I haven't done the whole house yet. I believe the upcoming Leviton Homekit switches will solve both of the two "cons" on my list. If so, I will be highly tempted to put those in instead of the Caseta.