In my opinion, yes: almost anything. They are slow to report motion for me, and they eat batteries (both!) much faster than any other sensor I have (which only take one battery, often even a smaller one). Maybe I have a dud, but they're also among the most expensive, and I'm not about to buy another to find out. I have mine on USB power as a "keep on" sensor to mitigate these annoyances (as I've acquired more sensors, I've started using "keep on" vs. "turn on" sensors in rooms, where one will turn [and keep] lights on and the other will just keep them on but not turn them on if it's the first to detect motion, allowing me to get greater range of coverage and eliminate the extent to which I notice the slowness of problematic sensors).
The Iris sensors mentioned above are my favorite, but they're discontinued and getting harder to find. For something new, the SmartThings v5 (2018/current-gen) motion sensor is pretty good and can often be found for under $20 USD. It's a bit bigger than some others but does have a lot of flexible mounting options. The Sylvania/Lightify motion sensor is also good and just a tad uglier than the Iris ones that are made by the same OEM (CentraLite--and I'd recommend pretty much anything they make if you can find it), but it also seems hard to find now. There are a lot of good Zigbee options depending on what you can find!