Speaking strictly from a 'design' or 'user' viewpoint ...
Counter receptacles? Dining room receptacles? It seems to me that simply spacing them every so often, according to the tape measure, is bad design. For that matter, so is the practice of placing receptacles at the "usual" height, which will place them below any table you might set up.
Lest I use foul language, but here goes: Plugmold? Alas, I'm not aware of any sort of plugmold that includes a GFCI. (There are some that use two circuits
Timers are nice, but ....
I've had pretty poor luck with the timers that replace the usual light switch. Ironically, my 'no name' box-store brand has lasted far longer than any Intermatic switch I've tried.
The Intermatic DIGITAL 'box' has worked quite well ... but how do you use it in a household setting? It mounts on the surface, and your wires are set inside the walls - so it's either adding pigtails or jury-rigging it into the wall. Nor is the case designed for mounting to the face of a box or mud ring. Moreover, the case is (strictly speaking) not designed for wet locations. The result? I've NEVER seen one installed in a code-compliant manner in (or on) a finished wall.
I once built a custom house, and I paid a great deal of attention to the electrical layout. Naturally, this meant that I got a call-back a few months later about a 'switch that did nothing.' You guessed it; it controlled the receptacles I had put in the eaves for the Christmas lights.
I question the wisdom of "Bubble" covers on any receptacle that faces down ... no matter how 'wet' the location.