I don't know how we can buy these new ceiling fans if they all use remotes. I'm afraid of losing the remote, or it breaks. Then what? Replace the whole fan if the manufacturer doesn't make that model any more? What do you do if your ceiling fan remote breaks?
Just don't get a DC fan
Classical ceiling fans can be installed with a wall control system, even though they come with a remote + receiver, as the fan motor and light themselves will accept 120VAC without issue. Unfortunately, newfangled "DC" ceiling fans rely on the receiver to generate the appropriate waveforms for their fan motor, so you can't use them with a wall control system.