NJ Master Plumber
That's understandable, but could also be attributed to poor planning on whomever installed the tees so close to each other to begin with. The fittings are tighter because they are slightly bigger so sometimes tight spots you have to be weary about that. Theres old neighborhoods in my area with slabs and copper homeruns manifold but it's all soldered fittings butt up against each other, tight spot not a place I'd want to solder and with how tight it is to the floor nothing gets un-soldered. Better off cutting the whole manifold out and starting fresh to give a little space.there have been posts here showing half a dozen propress tees in a row with 1 in the middle leaking, but not enough pipe between to cut just 1 tee out and replace, so quite a few hundreds of $$$ fittings later , where a soldered t could be taken out and cleaned and put back in...I cant count the amount of times I had to spin a fitting to change angle..I dont think you can do that with pro press..so more waste material..Im sure it has its place..but not with me at this time..ill stick with pex and solder joints..
I've done many roughs in tight places with press and I couldnt even tell you the last time I had a leak, knock on wood. I always plan ahead because I'm service minded.