I’m not certain that it’s worth getting so excited about the lack of HomeKit support - yeah, it’ll be nice to have it when it’s there, but it doesn’t actually get you that much. In reality it’s not going to be your go-to feature on the Home app, unless you have some unusual circumstances. Yes, I paid for HomeKit integration, yes I want HomeKit integration, but yes, I don’t want a half-baked solution. I would much rather Rachio spend time getting it right, and that might actually mean just one engineer, in a corner, just plugging away at testing and fixing, testing and fixing, testing and fixing for months. Sometimes you can’t divide a job up amongst a large team to get it done quickly, for example, can nine women produce a baby in a month? Cut Rachio some slack - they have multiple requirements, a major one of which is to keep the lights on, which means more sales, so more features to attract customers. It’s an evolving market place, and to stand still is to fall behind.