Very happy with the 25+ Lutron Serena motorized shades in my house. Very quiet and the wireless reliability has been 100% for me (along with the rest of the lutron system). They use regulated spectrum (unlike the other protocols), which is part of the reason for the reliability. I used to have Somfy motors which sounded like chainsaws compared to the Lutron ones.
What really sold me was the pico remotes. IMHO they are very good looking and are the same size as standard wall switches so they can be easily added right next to existing switches. They also don't require any cutting into the wall like Somfy's wall controls. Plus, you use their nice little stands and put them on a table. I have a 4 button pico mounted on the wall in every room so they can be controlled off schedule as needed. I like the 4 button with shade engraving http://cdn3.volusion.com/krfyq.gnkuo...jpg?1423081366
because you can set 4 different levels with just one button press.
Most people don't realize that you don't need the arrows on the remote to set the shades at a non preprogrammed level. Any second button press on the remote stops the movement. So if the shades are open and you want to lower them to a specific point, just press the closed preset button and then press it again whenever it hits the level you want.
I didn't want to deal with dealer programming/training at all, so I have a hybrid Maestro wireless and Caseta system. I get around Caseta's 50 device limit by using 2 hubs and I get around it's awful hardwired switch selection by using Maestro Wireless switches. You add the pico remotes directly to the Maestro Wireless switches(no hub involved). So let's say I'm leaving the house and I want to turn off every light, I press the off button on the pico and it turns off the selected caseta switches + all the Maestro switches it's programmed into. The Clear Connect range is great and works for me even 30ft outside my house.
There are 2 group picos that are great because they save space. You can have one wallplate slot and control both lights and shades in a room etc.. Again you don't need the arrow buttons because you just press the raise/lower button a second time to stop it.
I also get around their limited engraving options by ordering a pico they allow to be engraved, then moving the engraved buttons(or the circuit board into the engraved remote)into the remote that I need. This has been great for my 2-group models because they don't allow engraving on them.
PS: There's usually only a week or 2 between the serena 20% off sales, so just wait if there's not one at the moment.