As a Lutron Pro Gold Certified Residential Installer, I’m obviously biased.
But let me point some things not well-known about Lutron lighting (Caseta and higher level systems) to help your decision.
The wireless protocol using Lutron proprietary “clearlink” so a hub is necessary to bridge it to Ethernet. (The bridge uses Ethernet not Wi-Fi for lower delay and greater reliability).
Lutron wireless operates in 433 MHz which is the same frequency as garage door openers and wireless alarm systems. Translation: Much greater distance and penetration through multiple walls than higher frequency used by Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Z-Wave, or Zigbee.
Virtually no wireless interference (garage door openers are not transmitting constantly) and this is why Lutron is so reliable.
Fully certified and works with Apple HomeKit, Google Home, Amazon Alexa but also prosumer/hobbyist solutions like Smartthings, Hubitat, Indigo, and virtually all the professional level smart home systems. The “Pro” version of the hub has a telnet/commandline interface with readable text commands and responses.
Most important, so many times my HomeKit system is fracked up, the Lutron lighting still works because of hardware controls (buttons/keypads) and the Lutron separate app can be used. (it’s actually pretty good).
Of course, there is the perpetual debate of “smart dimmers” versus “smart LED bulbs” like Hue, Lifx, and others. I reached détente - there is a place for both and with clever automation hacks they can co-exist well, most of the time.