I still love my HomePod. Had it since launch and it's been a phenomenal little machine. I was on a trip out of town for a few days and when I came back it feels like this thing has a mind of its own now. It still sounds great. That's the good. Now the bad: 'Hey Siri" will trigger anything else but the HomePod. That never used to be a problem. I know it's kind of expected when I have a watch, a phone and an iPad all in the same room and close to each other, but up until now, the HomePod always took over. I will give commands and they will either be ignored or ...get this: I ask her to play a specific album today, the HomePod responds and then the album starts playing on my iPhone instead (?!). Yesterday. Siri decided I was done listening to a certain song and skipped it halfway through the song even being finished. Is she possessed? What did I come home to? PS - I know I can disable 'Hey Siri" on all other devices and that will kind of solve things, but I use Hey siri in my car all the time, I don't wanna have to manually trigger her from the steering wheel (1st world problems). I also know that no.1 suggestion will probably be to restart the HomePod. I haven't done that yet, frankly. I'm just confused. It went from working flawlessly to being a little brat.