If, like me, you hate the way devices are switched on/off on Push, then you might find this M4L tool useful.
Instead of the default 2-hands gesture (hold Mute and press a device's selector button), Push3-Device unMute repurposes the (useless) Learn button which is then used to turn on/off the currently selected device. Simple as that. You can use the User button if you prefer.
It works with Push 3 in Controller and Standalone mode.
Requires Push 3, M4L and Live 11.3.1x minimum.
It's free but you can pay what you want too.
I recommend to add this device as part of your Template Set. It can live in any type of track but I recommend to put it on the Master Track or on your "Utilities" track. Only one instance per Set is required.
In Controller mode, with the current L11.3.1x (release and beta), if the Push3-Device unMute stops working correctly when loading a new Set, make sure that there is no "Push2" entry in Preferences > Control Surfaces.
If you happen to switch regularly between P2 and P3, even though P2 is not in use when using P3, its Control Surface entry will be here (and probably greyed out): you need to completely remove it by selecting "None" instead.
If you're wondering where's the Push 1/2 version of this nice utility: it's in PAM (Push-ArrangeMode) v2
Push3-Device unMute maxforlive utility device