Ultimately, all I want to do is be able to turn on a floodlight that is on an unattached garage. It is about 20 ft from my house. I don't really need it to be wifi, if I could find a radio frequency controlled, read 'old style garage opener control', that would suit my purpose. What I want it to do: Be able to turn it on and off from the house, and it stays that way until it is changed. What I don't need it to do: Allow me to turn it on using my phone or iPad from anywhere that is not my home. I would prefer no internet access at all. At first I thought SOMEONE would make a floodlight with a remote on/off. But if someone does, I can't find it. So back up 10 and punt: Looking at an outlet control and I'll just install a dumb floodlight. I trust Apple more than an Android or Alexa system. But not much more. I am assuming that a Google driven system is also Android. My problems with HomeKit: Bad reviews about 120 VAC outlets, stories of drop outs and unreliability, evidently little Lowes or Home Depot support as I visited both recently and no one knew anything specific and Lowes was pushing Iris, hard to find information about system components needed for what little I am trying to do. For example, some brands of home controls evidently require a bridge, and some don't. I live in a rural/neighborhood setting. This means there are lots of raccoons, possums, occasional deer or turkey that wander by, so a motion detect floodlight would be turning off and on all night. It also means I have a neighbors whose houses are only 50 feet away. I don't want my light bothering them late at night or early morning. If I felt that the product was more secure I wouldn't care if it was wifi controlled. I don't think that security is a high priority with component makers, and if Apple does insist on secure standards that may be why you don't see the number of component makers being HomeKit compatible.