While having the switches for the two overhead lights in the convenience panel sounds like a good idea, the two switches are at the far right side, and very hard to locate in the dark.
I purchased a new JR switch which matches the existing switches, then installed in just below the convenience center.
Now the switches are easy to find, and it's obvious these are for the overhead lights:
Before, with convenience panel pulled out to access the wires and determine a location for the switch:
I can see a small cost savings for the assemblers in the terms of cutting the hole and installing the dual switch. But the cost would be such a little difference compared to what FR provided.
Another project complete!
We have a single switch on its way so we can have a wall switch for the kitchen sink light. That project will take a bit more effort as it'll need to be a surface mount, and routing the new wiring will take a bit of effort, but the end result will be well worth it.