We went the other direction, mostly to make sure everything would stay low maintenance, and use nonnetworked " lowest common denominator"automation in a couple of places.
For example, we have a smallish laundry room which literally has only the washer/dryer and the supplies closet. Anybody who’s in that area is either passing through or doing laundry. so lots of movement.
We chose a $18 Lutron Maestro nonnetworked motion sensor light switch for that room. It turns on when someone approaches after dark, it turns off after five minutes of no motion. It’s actually one of my housemate’s favorite automations, because when he’s carrying a big basket full of laundry in either direction he doesn’t have to deal with the switch. There’s no cloud factor, there really isn’t anything that can go wrong. And zero maintenance required.
There are a lot of places in the house where that particular switch wouldn’t work well because it’s just not smart enough. But for the laundry room, it was perfect. For us, anyway.