I have no idea if I put this in the right category, so apologies if not. I currently have 2 Honeywell thermostats on my new-ish HVAC units (both 2 years old). I don’t know what model they are, but I was able to buy this bridge that allows them to connect over Wi-fi so that I can control them remotely. I have been pondering replacing one or both of them with an Ecobee, mainly because you can view the runtime history of the units online, which I can’t do with the Honeywells. But, I am not sure it is worth the expense. Also, if I set up an Ecobee with the room sensors, I am wondering if that would actually cause my units to run more than they do now, but since I am not really sure how much they run now, I don’t know for sure. Both units have now been detected by my sense unit, and I think it might be useful to see how the tracked usage would compare with something I could look at coming from the thermostat. So my question is, what do you all think? Is it worth it to replace a perfectly functioning smart thermostat with a slightly smarter one? Would there be any other benefits to it? If I didn’t have to get two of them, I might have already done it. Welcome any input!