As a former locksmith I have mixed feelings about all the electronic locks out there. I just dont know if I can be convinced a wireless/Bluetooth lock can not be hacked.
I also am not a fan of pushbutton locks manual or electronic. It is too easy for people to accidentally or purposely give out their codes and then not change them later.
When I was working for the University of Wisconsin Madison we had a big push for push button locks for doors that were accessed by multiple departments. Someone in management was sold on the great idea so we had to put between 30 and 50 of these electronic push button locks on campus.
After the first one failed (in less then a month) I brought it back to the shop to work on it to figure out what happened. As I was examining it I found I could take a paper clip, flatten one end and use it to open ever one of these locks by bypassing the electronics and key override. It was a design flaw which the company failed to admit (but that lock was discontinued shortly after the discovery and a new model came out without the flaw).
That being said, ANY properly installed deadbolt is better than no deadbolt at all. From my experience, if you do not use the reinforcing plate and the longer screws which will secure it to the wood behind the door frame you just wasted your money.
The other thing I have seen is people spending hundreds or dollars to get a good lock and deadbolt that has all this fancy trim work and then do nothing to protect the windows 5 feet away from the door.
Yes part of the job is to think like a criminal and figure out how they would get in when they thought there was something inside they wanted.
Sorry for the rambling, I did enjoy my time as a locksmith, politics and budget cuts (affecting wages) forced me to make the decision to go with a new career.