So I've been doing a lot of "smart switch" upgrades around the home. A lot of z-wave and lutron stuff. If anyone is familiar with installing these they take up a TON of space compared to a normal manual light switch (especially when there are two in a 2-gang box).
I always feel uncomfortable stuffing the mass of wires back in, and wire nuts don't make it any easier. Especially when you are making multiple connections.
Someone recommended to use the push-in connectors specifically for this case. I didn't even know they existed tbh. They seem like they would be much lower profile and make for a much neater job....however are they safer/"up to code"?
Edit: Apparently there is something called a lever nut too?