a romex jockey makes a $$$ by speed, so technique , materials, etc follow suit.
a rx job can be methodically pulled, identified by whatever means of nomenclature, stripped, and boxed one step at a time. As to the latter, a cable stripper will leave any knife in the dust...
the jobs where the rx is pulled into a box without stripping usually are due to time constraints, not my 1st choice, creates more trim out time,and not a neat end result.
( i like the 1/4", no more...)
the two screw rx conn seriously needs to be submitted to the smithstonian, as they are laughably slow, ineffective in a row or behind each other, under-rated in comparision to the market, and a 'metallic' hazard.
good Q Virgil!