I've been installing these all over the house to replace standard "decora" switches. They look so much like the others that they don't stand out. This is a great option for home automation. I have them set up through IFTTT -- the ones connected to my outside (and some of my inside) lights turn off at sunrise and then turn back on again at sunset. I never come home to a dark home. Best of all, they make home automation less scary to my spouse, who does not really want to shout commands at an Echo. I'm a 54-year-old woman, and I install them in under 10 minutes. The most confusing part of the process is that my house serve panel is written in very faint pencil, in German. I tried putting smart bulbs in several lamps, but my spouse would turn them off instead of using Echo or the app, so I installed these in areas where I have fixtures, and in everything else I now have a HUE system with dimmer switches on the wall so that my spouse can have buttons to push. One note: You MUST have a white wire in the junction box to connect to. Otherwise, the won't work. I've found the TP-Link brand to be quite reliable, and I hope they stay around. They seem to be less buggy than others, and I like not having to have a hub.