Another little item was an outside solar powered security light. It can be turned off when necessary, such as traveling The solar collector is mounted on the roof near the manual antenna and the cable was run under the awning to the unit. It was obtained at one of the garden stores (although I've seen them everywhere in all shapes and sizes) and the cost was about $20. Labor was about an hour. It's mounted with SS screws and a bead of silicone.
The Solar Powered Security Light...this doesn't "look" like a "smart security light," but it solves the old problem. If I install a sensor based security light that comes on for a set amount of time on motion, then I lose the ability to turn it on when I'm inside by a switch or remote.