I admit, it looks pretty basic, but I'm hopeful that if nothing else it means that Apple has improved the performance and reliability of HomeKit in iOS/tvOS to the point that they're comfortable displaying HomeKit interactions in a first party app. Some questions I would have are: Can you add new HomeKit accessories within the app, or do you still need to rely on downloading third party apps for this? What do the Rooms and Automation screens look like? I don't think they touched on that. How responsive are HomeKit devices? Particularly, things like the new August locks appear to report back status after you make a change pretty slowly. Does it appear that they'll allow developers to customize their device configuration in Home at all, or does it stick strictly to what HomeKit offers? I ask because I know that ecobee has a ton of Custom fields in there that aren't very well defined. I saw one article that said that there are a couple dozen HomeKit devices now, but "Apple says that almost 100 more are expected to come out this year." Does anyone know where this fabled list of devices is? I'd love to see it. For two years now, we've seen Craig talk about using HomeKit to open your garage door, but to my knowledge nobody has even released a garage door. Chamberlain keeps kicking it down the road.