We have the Nanoleaf Ivy Smarter home kit and I've been using their bulbs and a collection of GE Cree bulbs in the house so far. The Ivy is somewhat unreliable and very difficult to set up, but largely integrates across bulb types so far. We are looking to set up a dawn simulation light, my plan is to pair Sleep Cycle with the Phillips White and Color Ambiance BR30. We're attaching it to the bed frame using a gooseneck socket that will connect to a socket on a wire. Couple of questions: Does anyone know if Hue lights connected to an Ivy Smarter Bridge will show up in Sleep Cycle? Sleep Cycle does not see the GE Cree connected lights. Is anyone familiar with the Hue line for simulating colors for sunrise? Based on this article from earlier last year, I believe that the "Hue Ambiance" is intended to suggest light spectrum ability we're after. But it really is unclear to me. Finally, just as a comment on homekit: we've been using it for about five months now. When it works, it works great--but when it doesn't it is worse than a light switch. It seems a bit weird to have home appliances feel like technical integration projects. Though, I think this may just be the state of Homekit at this time.