Hi, Chris. Welcome to CocoonTech.
I looked at the ALC, and liked it as well. However, I decided another hardwire approach was better for me.
ALC requires that both the CAT5 and the AC line (Romex, in my case) had to be run to each switch location. Then each switch had to be installed in each location.
I opted for the CentraLite LiteJet system. All electronics are in the wiring closet, and you only run CAT5 to the switches, which are all low voltage, dry contact buttons. You can have up to six buttons in a single gang box, so I am only putting single boxes at switch locations. The switches are all re-programmable.
I was originally warned that such a "Home-run" system, where all of the lighting Romex goes to the wiring closet, would use an awful amount of Romex, but that was not the case in my situation. The fact that the Romex did not need to travel down the walls to the switches, and the fact that three-way and four-way switches use no additional Romex, meant that I actually use less Romex, and less labor to install it.
So in short, though I liked the ALC system, I preffered the reconfigurability of a home-run system. The bonus was that it was a lot cheaper.