I have the occasional situation where I'll either ask Siri to turn off a set of Hue lights or have them turn on/off on a set automation where one or two lights actually fail to respond. Giving the command again will get the failed bulb to properly respond. The reason I think this is a HomeKit problem and not a Hue problem is that turning on/off groups of lights via the Hue app never results in a bulb that fails to respond. And my Hue's hub firmware is fully up to date. It's very annoying to set a timer and come home to find a light that didn't turn on or find one burning all day long that should have gone off hours ago. Anyone else see this behavior, or is it just me?