Micros give you the option of having button controllers instead of switches that only control one device as well. So, in my bathroom I have 2 RGBGenie Zigbee micro dimmers. One for the vanity lights and one for the lights over the shower. But I can have a single pico to control both lights. The top button turns on both, the bottom button turns off both. Also, rather than having them always come on to the last level, you can control what level to top button sets the lights to depending on the time of day.
Basically, you have 100% complete control of your lights. I didn't come up with this idea, the first person I heard using it was @mike.maxwell (he even used a bunch of the fancy-shamcy black picos...yes, I'm jealous). And I will admit, when I first saw the pics he posted of the setup I thought he was nuts. "What happens if the hub goes down?!?" I thought. But after listening to him a bit more, I started doing the same thing. I'm slowly moving over to all micros and smartbulbs and ditching the in-wall devices. You just don't have the flexibility that button controllers give you.
If you are going to go with the regular switches attached to your micros, you don't have to spend $12 on a momentary switch though. You can convert any old decora switch into a momentary switch. I did this for my garbage disposal switch. Makes it much easier.
Funny story, I didn't realize until just this very minute, that the person who came up with this was also our very own @mike.maxwell!!! I was sending this video link out before I even bought Hubitat. Kinda small world, isn't it?
Here's Mike's video.