Like @sburke781 , I have switched all of my smart bulbs over to Philips Hue using the Hue bridge. This setup has been 100% reliable with Hubitat, Apple HomeKit, Logitech Harmony, Amazon Alexa, etc... You also get some nice features like the ability to configure every bulb's behavior when power is lost and then restored (i.e. no more every bulb on at 100% when there is a power blip at 2am!)
I have personally decided that having multiple best-in-class subsystems, that are compatible with multiple home automation platforms, is the ideal configuration for my requirements. I use Lutron Caseta for all switches, dimmers, fan controllers and Pico remotes. I use Philips Hue for all table and floor lamps. Hubitat ties it all together very nicely. I can also use Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, Google Home, Logitech Harmony Hub, Node-RED, and Home Assistant with these two lightning 'sub-systems' all at the same time, in addition to Hubitat. It is good to have options and flexibility, IMHO.
LIFX is now officially supported by Huibitat as well. So, that is another viable option. Just be aware that LIFX's parent company in Australia has filed for bankruptcy. Not sure if that will impact LIFX or not eventually. For now, LIFX says it is business as usual.