Before I start with my gripe about Lutron's Maestro dimmers (be it standalone, RR, Wireless Homeworks, RR2, QS, RF, etc.) I am fully aware that Lutron has many dimmers WITH neutral that are compatible. I recently worked on a house that had almost all LED lighting and universal RadioRa2 dimmers were selected and except for an undercounter light, everything worked great. That is not the issue.
The issue I have is that I have yet to find an LED bulb that even comes close to having decent functionality with Lutron's regular magnetic maestro dimmers like the RRD-6D or the QS equivalent.
It's hard to look a customer who has spent $40,000 on a system just 4 years ago (a time when few people used LED bulbs) in the eye and tell them that in order to switch to LED lights, we have to replace all their dimmers to a different dimmer and to update their programming. It's even worse for customers who have radio ra classic or Wireless Homeworks since the closest dimmers they have to LED is ELV dimmers which may or may not work.
Does lutron have any solution at all for dimming, or even switching LED bulbs (without blinking) with the MLV dimmers without a neutral? I know the non-neutral 8S switches came with a little capacitor which would let them work (though not factory reset), but there is no such option for dimmers. Is there any hope for the future when incandescent and halogen bulbs are not going to be around?
The only solution that kind of works is to keep one regular bulb on the circuit and change the rest to LED but somehow I don't think that's a good solution on a multi million dollar house.