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I prefer the XT60s for multiple reasons.
1) I don't have to modify the PSU and cut off the existing connection.
2) If I run the wire directly to the WAGO, I now need another hole with a clearance fit for the wires. I would prefer having as few holes as possible to reduce entrances for dust and debris. The XT60s being press fit seals the hole.
3) Even if I got rid of the two 24V input lines, I would still need an XT60 for the output voltage. My intent is to run 12V LED lights and power them off of that connection.
4) Finally, I want to be able to separate the box from the power. If I ever need to work on the box components I prefer being able to unplug the connection and be sure that there is no power going into the box. Also, being able to remove the power connection makes it easier to manipulate the box if you are working on it.