Since migrating over to HE from ST, the only item that continues to give me grief are my Bali AutoView shades. With ST, I used a SmartApp called Shady paired with a custom shade device handler, which provided easy grouping and full feature control. It worked great with Alexa and Homebridge, and my only complaint was the delay with the cloud aspect of ST. With HE, my only options appear to be the generic z-wave shade driver, or using the generic dimmer. Both seem to have their issues with my setup.
Grouping: Using the generic z-wave shade driver, I can't get any sort of grouping to work, be it via Groups and Scenes, or some custom apps like bravenel's Shade Control. Both solutions don't seem to respond appropriately to position (it's either a fully open or fully closed situation). I can live without groups within Hubitat, but then I'd need grouping in Alexa to work.
Alexa: Using the Hubitat Alexa skill, the shades appropriately show up for Alexa and individual shade control works well. But any sort of grouping just doesn't work. If I add the shades to an existing room (e.g., Living Room), asking Alexa to "set Living Room shades to 50%" just doesn't work. "Sorry, Living Room Shades doesn't support that." If I create a specific group called "Living Room Shades" with just the shade devices in the group, again, she doesn't allow control of the group. I have had some better luck with setting the shades as a dimmer with Alexa and then having group control, but then I encounter issues with Homebridge.
Homebridge: With the generic z-wave shade driver and tonesto7's Homebridge integration, I actually get perfectly working shades in the Home app. I can group, control via Siri, and everything works great. But any changes to get Alexa working, like changing them to a dimmer, kills the capability with the homebridge integration. Maybe I need to adjust my expectations to get both Siri and Alexa working together, but they both have their use cases in my home.
I know there are quite a few users of Bali/Graber/Zebra shades here (as well those coming from ST), so I am hopeful someone has cracked the code. Any advice? Thanks!