Ok, for zwave, another option is the Aeotec nano dimmer, which can be used without a neutral in some configurations, although it depends on the bulbs being used as well.
It’s in stock at some specialty retailers.
Although the nano itself is less expensive than the GE, most people do end up getting a special cover switch for it so the costs probably come out to be about the same.
At my own house, as I’ve mentioned before, we use Lutron Caseta dimmers which don’t require a neutral. Very reliable, exceptional engineering. But they use their own proprietary frequency with their own smart bridge device, so you may not want to go down that path.