Kevin Tofel has just posted a review which he spoke to on Episode 203 of The Internet of Things Podcast with his co-host Stacey Higginbotham. The posted review actually reads more favorable than the verbal description on the show. All-in-all it's a good review and I think provides some valuable feedback.
The only thing I still can't agree with is the notion that SmartThings is plug and play. When I bought my SmartThings v2 hub a few years ago, I was very confused and had to spend a significant amount of time reading the forum to figure it out. I'm not saying that Hubitat is easier in that regard (although my personal initial impression was that is was indeed easier), but it isn't more complicated. I really don't agree with it being as straight forward as a Wink hub.
Kevin doesn't mention in his review how he configured the Cree light and SmartThings button he mentioned on the podcast, so I have to wonder if he didn't try to configure it with a rule, which he subsequently got wrong, instead of simply setting up button controller. Possibly he ran into a bug, but it's not clear.
Anyway, it's a good read. I intend to reach out to him for clarification on some of his points. It's helpful for anyone on the fence about the platform, and it does point out how well HE does what it is intended to do.