Hello everyone, I currently have (4) old Google Wifi pucks, (2) Nest Wifi Routers and (1) Nest Wifi Node (not all connected at the same time). In addition, I have (2) Nest Outdoor IQ, (4) Nest Outdoor, (1) Nest Hello and (3) Eufy 2K indoor cameras (HomeKit version). Finally, I have a Starling Home Hub to put all my Nest devices in the HomeKit. Here's my problem: there are too many things! Everything has been acquired over the years and I am not satisfied with that. The only gap in the room is insane. I wanted to see if, as a last resort, I could replace the Google / Nest Mesh network with something that is HomeKit certified, and see if that helps my network congestion challenges. However, I wanted to see if anyone has experience with any / all HomeKit certified network devices and if they have built-in traffic identification (so I can stop the flow of traffic, but allow the school). I also have Philips Hue, Lutron Cassette, Meross, Yale Locks, Smoke Nest / Alarms ... I want to streamline and clean. I'm thinking of going for Ubiquity's Unifi system, but it's not easy to use for non-tech guys like my wife. Any thoughts / ideas / guidelines / prayers would be appreciated. Thanks.
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