I get a really bad feeling every time a product comes to market that is supposedly so "special" that only an authorized dealer can install the stuff if you want to keep the warranty intact. After all, none of us are pros that can follow hookup directions.
For that reason alone I won't use it. The demos I've seen don't impress me that the product is any better than other products that do essentially the same things cheaper. But YMMV
On the other hand, if you are in a position to mark up the work of a specialty company in a bid and they are responsible for all the problems and warranty work