Welcome. I haven’t popped in here for a good while, but nice to see the community still growing. I have had my sense for about a year, and still discover new things about it and my house occasionally. Here is a bit of information that may help a bit:
Lutron Caseta is awesome I run about 95% of my lighting through it. I hope one day Sense will build a partnership with Lutron. That said, if you are like me, and have LED lighting everywhere, Sense may never discover your individual lighting. You will still see the impact in “other” to always on when you turn lights on and off, but that will be a tough puddle to break down. I use a lot of automations to turn off all of the unnecessary lights that my family loves to just leave on … always…
Hue Lighting - Also awesome. I have Hue in any location it is too difficult to get Lutron switches installed without punching hols in my walls to expand the electrical junction boxes there. My home is over 70 years old and there are some multi-light switching that works on conventional double switches but will not accommodate a single Lutron switch for each light / bank of lights). The Hue integration with Sense is solid and provides both control and power data :0)
Regarding computer equipment you may need to look into investing in some Kasa KP115/KP125 plugs and KP300 power strips. These integrate with Sense and provide power information Sense can read. Through those you can get more granular with the more power efficient devices that may never get detected. I use one as a “traveler” power plug from some devices I want data on until sense discovers that device. As an example, I used it on a dehumidifier in my basement until Sense natively discovered the dehumidifier. I then moved that to a Meross non-energy detecting smart plug for automation controls, and moved the “traveler” to my bottled water dispenser… Still waiting for it to discover that natively now, but I can see the and attribute the power use and therefore keep it out of my “other” bubble.
Regarding “always on”… this and “Discovered a new device: heat 3 or pump 9” will become your new detective game to play when they pop up… Fun and exciting.
Regarding the CT’s Sense was good about discovering my dryer, but is struggling with my washer… I have a Kasa KP 115 on that. You can increase future accuracy of you perhaps have a sub-panel you want to monitor or throw it at a large breaker… remember you can move those over time as well
Hope this helps a bit and welcome to the community.