Just to clarify, I never said that I agreed with your comments and I don’t know for sure that the issues you’re experiencing are entirely the platform’s fault…
Your original post said “moved all zwave and zigbee devices over” and if you have a lot of z-wave devices and you didn’t move them slowly to give your mesh time to heal then the existing z-wave radio issues with the C7 would be a lot worse than normal for you, but I’m not sure if that would have any impact on your zigbee devices.
I have no clue if that applies to you, I’m just pointing it out because that’s probably one of the most common and biggest mistakes people make when moving z-wave devices from another hub.
FYI, you said that thermostat issue was caused by the contact sensor failing to change state, but the same thing would have happened on ST if it or your internet was down when the contact state changed which is why it’s a really bad idea to use any smart home platform for automations that could end up harming someone unless there’s a failsafe in place.
I also never said it’s a bad platform because the performance is better (except when the z-wave radio gets overloaded), hub connected devices execute locally, it has a powerful rule builder, you decide when to update the hub, and you can rollback and wait for a stable update if you run into problems.
Those are huge advantages over ST, but I don’t recommend that frustrated ST users switch to Hubitat right now because the current version has a lot of bugs and they’ll just be trading one set of problems for another.
It’s really frustrating because Hubitat basically released one of the buggiest updates ever in August and most of those bugs still haven’t been fixed…