Hey all, I've been able to build everything without the use of cloud junk or ZWave, but lately I've been tinkering with ZWave and realize how stupid simple it is. So my question is if there's an "open" controller that I can shut off from cloud services and directly hit up via IP/web browser/HTTP/S. Vera is one that comes to mind but I know nothing about it. Does a Vera controller allow me to send HTTP commands to it or send from it without the use of a third party server (think NEST thermostat API--you still have to route everything to the cloud...ugh) My garage door, for example, opens/closes on a $1 relay that goes to an RPi -- I'd want to keep using that setup but have Vera say, "HEY, RPi, GET http://aslkdjfaslkdfja/localphpscript.php". I bought the Samsung smartthings hub to thinker with and it's....okay. It's exceptionally great for consumers who enjoy extremely easy setup, but I'd like a little more control locally, ya know?