I am having trouble validating the extraordinary claims. Hubitat lists 160 supported command classes and your documentation only shows 124 supported. But that’s not even an apt comparison as ~50 of the entries on the ezlo list are all part of command Class 0x31 multisensor, which is only 1 entry on Hubitat.
Now, I can’t prove if the Tide Sensor feature is working (nor do I really care) but I also can’t see how that list updated 18hrs ago shows a significant percentage of the Zwave command class list is covered.
Nor is it worth my effort to fact check further. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. If you want us to believe you are the bestest, make a grid of all the classes and your controllers and the competition and show what you support that others don’t. You said you know this already so it can’t be much effort.
However I’m not even sure this is really the thing users care about. I mean, yeah, awesome marketing win, woohoo, you get an extra bullet on your feature list but to the point other have made, are these marketing points worth the developer effort? Is anyone going to use ehat you call Command Class 68 - Tide Level?
Or would users prefer the tamper status bug that’s existed in one form or a other since February be addressed?
I would prefer the latter but the former makes for a better tweet.