I've been looking to add some home automation for a while, and I think the Caseta system may be the best best fit for what I'm looking for in general. (The RadioRA system would be even better, but is beyond the budget for what I'm looking for.)
I do have one problem I'm not sure how to solve, however. I have a set of lights running down my driveway that I would love to be able to control remotely. This would be straightforward to do by replacing the On/Off switch with the Caseta On/Off switch, except that there are outlets at the bottom of the posts also controlled by the same switch. These outlets are used to run things like leaf blowers. It appears, from reading the specs, the Caseta switches can't deal with this type of load.
Is this a correct understanding? If so, is there some workaround for this? The main goal is "Siri, turn on the driveway lights" so whatever the workaround, HomeKit compatibility is needed.