Yeah, there is the bigger problem with Sense not finding the big things. I got about a dozen lights and a dozen everything else. Another problem is not finding anything anymore after an initial rush. Mine hasn’t really found anything in the last 12+ months, and is now losing what it had.
I do find the lights add more awareness value of what’s going on in the house than e.g. the dishwasher, but that’s just me. And I do have one Halogen that draws some 300W.
I replaced LED with LED, but different model/manufacturer. I think first one failed, then I replaced one, then another failed, then I replaced two more (for looks/symmetry)
And yes, there is opportunity here if Sense would detect the change, instead of just not recognizing things anymore. Like telling me: hey, you normally turn on your kitchen lights every day, but you didn’t the last few days - and nothing else changed, so you are probably not on vacation. Please tap on the ‘re-learn kitchen lights button’ and turn the lights on and off 5 times, waiting 5 seconds between each action. And put a timer on the screen.
It all comes back to the old topic of learning only based on sensor data, or more information. Letting it learn of WiFi is a first step. But knowing that a certain group of lights is n bulbs, might help it recognize failure of one (drop of ~1/nth of the load).