Decided to take the plunge and ordered a Hubitat after Samsung SmartThings had a bad outage this past week (at time when it was really inconvenient for automations and other things to stop working). I was reading about users who had to pull batteries on alarms and whatnot just so they could go about their business until connectivity was restored. One Twitter user mentioned Hubitat and I looked into it.
We use Synology products for both our home network storage and our WiFi , so I shouldn't have been worried about some of the negative reviews of read about Hubitat. Synology is very similar in how it provides extensive options for configuration and administration, and even does it via an intranet website like Hubitat does. Sure the Hubitat UI could use some improvement, and I can see why there are some bad reviews, but I'm absolutely thrilled with the extensive customization abilities.
I got all my stuff transferred over relatively easily, even a couple of old Z-Wave minimotes that I thought would be an issue because (1) they're old and (2) I'm pretty sure I didn't disconnect them from SmartThings correctly.
The only frustration I had was a couple Sengled color bulbs that just wouldn't come over to Google Home. I switched the driver to the generic Zigbee, thanks to a search in this online community. The post I found didn't address this particular issue, but it was enough to make me try it and see if it worked for this problem, and sure enough it did.