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I don't think that we should necessarily choose between smart switches and smart bulbs, using both is the best solution IMO
My setup is NSPanel flashed with tasmota, disengaged the physical buttons from the relays and sends MQTT message instead, holding the button is configured to toggle the relay physically by tasmota rule as a fallback, home assistant respond to the MQTT messages and control lights accordingly. I am using this UI for the NSPanel, its awesome and could control many HA entities! If anyone is interested in the detailed steps, I am happy to share more :)
What are some alternatives?
Tasmota - Alternative firmware for ESP8266 with easy configuration using webUI, OTA updates, automation using timers or rules, expandability and entirely local control over MQTT, HTTP, Serial or KNX. Full documentation at
simple-weather-card - Minimalistic weather card for Home Assistant
SonoffLAN - Control Sonoff Devices with eWeLink (original) firmware over LAN and/or Cloud from Home Assistant
ps5-mqtt - Integrate your PlayStation 5 with Home Assistant
ioBroker.bydhvs - BYD HVS Battery Adapter for ioBroker
ansible-tasmota - Ansible Role for managing tasmota devices with tasmota commands