There are a couple of advanced zone options I sometimes used in Homeworks Illumination. I found these options in the Advanced zone properties in the Load schedule screen. I can't seem to find an equivalent in QS.
The first one - and most important- is the ability to set a high-end trim. I frequently need this for LED loads. I can set the low end trim to cut off any low-end flicker or stability. But many LED's don't have any visible dimming range at the top of the curve --- you may not "see" any perceptible dimming until you get to 70% or even 60% -- frankly, with some fixtures it's much lower and all the dimming occurs in the last 20% or so.
With Illumination we would cut off the top of the dimming curve by setting the High-end trim, sometimes as low as 50%. This did not affect performance and made dimming via raise/lower more acceptable. I do not seem to have this flexibility in QS.
The other advanced zone option that I used was the ability to "lock" a zone on a 4A module to either forward or reverse phase rather than using the auto-detect. This used to be pretty critical because the auto-detect function on the earliest 4A modules was less than perfect -- I don't have too many issues anymore but it's handy as a workaround sometimes when I encounter a zone with mixed load types.