Right now my system is fairly simple, especially with regards to lighting. I have most of my exterior lights automated through a combination of GE/Jasco in wall switches and GE outdoor outlets. My wife is starting to enjoy the automation capabilities and has, from time to time, asked me "Can I ask Google to turn this light on (or off) ?". So, with WAF apparently high, I am considering adding some more switches and dimmers on circuits inside the house.
We re-wired most of the house when we renovated so most switches have a neutral. Many of our switches are set up with two locations that can control the light. Many of the switches have a dimmer slider next to the toggle. Almost all our bulbs are LED, most dimmable. The few that are not (generally the recessed cans) are halogens. I don't do Decora.
Since I am almost starting fresh, what's the "best" solution that is Hubitat compatible (and Google Home/Assistant compatible) for lighting?
I would like all opinions and pros and cons. Ultimately it will be a fair expense and a good bit of work but I think it's approaching the time (for us) when it might really make sense. I'd like to do it "right" this time . . .
Thanks in advance!