Thank you all for your comments!
@dc42 I do think that screws are easier for some, but as mentioned these are generally difficult to determin the correct torque, thus I have had a lot of those suddenly strip the threads.
Even as a hobbyist I do find it more convenient with connectors. There is some more work to do upfront (with crimping the connectors) it is easier to make connectors with the correct order (dont want to deal with reverse polarity or not getting a reading because wire 2 happened to land in port 3).
Those screw terminals also have no physical connection to the board except for the terminal connectors, meaning that the torque from screwing have the risk of twisting them.
As @deckingman said, one option could be to have a barebones board, though I dont think that is the Duet3D way, as the other boards come with connectors installed.