This community is funny. I am a long time Smartthings User, who has finally thrown in the towel. My V2 hub is breaking all the time now with the 50+ devices I have connected and the various automation I have developed. I am now saying goodbye and plan to sell my hub. I don't look forward to redesigning a whole new environment, but this seems to be the only other developed alternative solution in town.
I still believe we are in an era of needing a hub to stitch together all the disparate Zwave, Zigbee, and Wifi devices. I also don't want to be subject to one Ecosystem (Google/Nest, Ring, etc..) Finally, although I like the concept, I feel the Home-Assistant is like most opensource things, needs a lot of work, and has stability problems.
My quest is to lift and shift my Smartthings attached devices to HE? Is there a list of integrations I can quickly look to further determine how much overlap I can take advantage of? Can someone please let me know what HE coding language is? Even though the standards are there, everyone add their unique twist. Do HE users have luck with connecting ST branded devices?
In addition, is the C7 hub a hardware upgrade, so regardless of availability, should I wait?
Finally, why are users upset if someone is selling it on eBay and getting more money than it is worth. I thought that was the whole point of eBay. You should see what above the ground pools are now going for on Craigslist (4x the original cost). If it doesn't affect you personally, then let it go. Focus on more important things in your life, rather than policing someone's capitalistic endeavors. Just my two cents on the 15+ non-related threads on this topic.
Thank you for your response and guidance ahead of time! I look forward to joining the Hubitat community.