Just my two cents…I have been using insteon & zwave products for a while and wanted to wait till the second gen hubs from ST and Wink came out.
I received the Wink 2 hub early this fall and started trying to integrate my zwave devices. Although the Wink 2 hub appear to have a good promotion from Wink many of my devices did not work. After attaching a number of devices, I attached one which was not fully supported and found it locked the app on my iOS devices to a blank white screen. When trying to exclude a door sensor the only way recommended by Wink support was to reset the zwave protocol which caused all the attached devices to be lost. Attaching devices were about as laborious as excluding. Most required I stand with the hub about a foot away to include them.
I am holding on to the hub just to see if anything changes from Wink, but not keeping my hopes up. Most devices are add-on devices bulbs or plug in units which I see as eye sores for any real smart home.
On the other hand my ST hub has had no issues with any of the devices I have. Additionally there are a number of volunteer coders willing to create unsupported interfaces on the open source ST which added to the devices available. I have found the ST seems to have a good range, my pole barn is 75’ from my back door and signals reach it without issue.
Last I too have a. MyQ and wish there was full support on the ST as there was earlier this year. From what I see, they are working on it, although I wonder just how true this is. Wink does suppprt MyQ but only as an extension and I have not seen anyone be able integrate it directly or with Wink to other components as GOogle HOME, Alexa, Harmony, Yonomi, Stringify… although I could be incorrect here. The forum has a few options for MyQ with the ST hub, MyQ Lite, which can give you a simple fix if this is something that is a have to have.
Good luck M_M