These slick electrical connectors may have been around for years as far as I know, but we first saw them at Menards in Rapid City. We checked for negative comments on the internet and really found none. It appears to me that these "lever" connectors could save a lot of time and also space in junction boxes. They can handle a range of wire sizes something like from #12 down to #22 both solid and stranded. If you have used them, please let me know. They cost more than wire nut type connectors, but look like they might be a lot better system. You can find them at Menards and Amazon and I imagine at lot more places. They look like they might be useful for tinkering with electronic and electrical projects similar to breadboard projects since the connections can be easily made and easily disconnected.
The five-wire connector is about the size of your finger under your thumbnail.
***Stay tuned even if your connections are all with wires and none with political influentials--- Doug Wiken