These situations are when you want to express that something has a number of components. Breaking up those 3 advantages and give them one slide each enables you to explain them clearly individually, but the audience loses the overall perspective of how they are related.
In those cases - yes, it happens to the best - I revert to 3 short bullets. But there are a few things you can do to keep things interesting:
- A massive visual anchor (like a big 1, 2, and 3) to show that you are talking about an overview slide
- Really, really short descriptions just to introduce the ideas. The full explanations come in subsequent charts
- Also, you can deviate from the traditional list and come up with other geometrical shapes ore layouts to make your three (short) points.