I have just about had it with Wink. I love my Wink Relays and the ease at which Wink allows integration. After this latest system outage from Wink, I am thinking of migrating over to Hubitat.
If I am understanding correctly, I will need a Hubitat hub $129 and a L-BDGPRO2-WH Lutron Smartbridge Pro to control my Lutron Caseta switches. I have 7 Wink Relays that I want to continue to work, about 20 Lutron Caseta switches a, nd several dimmers, Feit switches and lights, Amcrest cameras, ReoLink cameras, Nest Thermostats, MyQ garage door openers, Flume water meter sensor, Arlo cameras, Wyze plugin switches.
My Wink hub controls all my Lutron stuff as well as the Wink Relays scattered through the house. Most of the other stuff works great with Google Assistant but it would be nice to get it connected to Hubitat but most of it is wifi based.
My concern is that after spending almost $300 to get the equipment I need for the migration to Hubitat, will my system work or will I need to buy even more hubs or extenders to reach the far corners of my 5000 sq ft house. Will I be able the use my existing Wink Hubs to increase range. Will my Lutron brand plug-in lamp dimmers act as extenders for Hubitat? Am I going to get so frustrated with the conversion process due to the complexity of the Hubitat interface. It is very difficult to tell without purchasing the hardware an testing out the waters.
Any insight would be most appreciated.