Yes that appears good rate, I have been on for 3 weeks and only have 1 item discovered. I disagree with the patience, they did not advertise results in a year so the time is not as advertised at all. All residential panels will have snap in breakers. the screw or bolt in ones are all on commercial heavy duty load centers.Siemens are one of the better ones in my opinion. From being an electrical contractor for 20 years
I rate the panels as (it is basically from high price to lower but cost is not how i ranked them)
#1 - SquareD QO series and Cutler Hammer,
#2 Siemens/ITE and SquareD home series
#3 GE and others at the bottom of the list.
This is based on the breakers themselves mainly, I have seen the GE and others have a load of 30 A on a 20 A breaker and not trip which will cause the buss to burn.
It is always good to have an electrician to check the panel approx every year or two (more often as they get older) to check the buss for signs of bad connections. Most if not all home load centers have aluminum buss bars and the breakeshave steel or an alloy for the connections. The dissimilar metals can cause issues over time.