I'm sticking with the OmniPro for a few reasons. One big reason is that I had one before and it was rock solid, plus I am already familiar with it so no new learning curve. HA used to be my hobby but I've moved on to other interests and I don't want to be futzing with the system, I want to install it, spend a few weeks programming and refining it, and then be done except maybe for ongoing tweaks.
I am using it for lighting, security, life safety (smokes, CO, gas, etc), and a few convenience items (driveway sensor, automatic water shutoff valve for flood protection).
Unlike the last system I won't have thermostat control since the heat pumps we are installing require special variable speed logic, however I will have automated disconnects to shut down the heat pumps during a fire event. I may use Z-wave for that if Leviton ever supports Z-wave thermostats. The HAI thermostats were the one weakness we encountered with the old system (three failures in 15 years).
I have zero interest in integrating home entertainment, Sonos products will do what we need. Surveillance cams will be on a dedicated system. I also have no interest in using voice control, dedicated remotes for motorized shades, ceiling fans, or just about anything else that comes with it's own remote control works for me. The HAI phone app can be used for most other things.
Regarding consoles, my opinion is that the 33A00 consoles are quite reliable, easy to use, and far less trouble than the touchscreens. I view touchscreens as something visually attractive, more expensive, unnecessary and a potential time sink for the purpose of showing off. Not really my thing. If I was going that route I'd mount a tablet on the wall.
In 15 years of ownership I had ZERO failures on any of the HAI products that weren't thermostats. Well, except for the primitive wireless receiver and sensors, those I gave up on in the first week of ownership but that was 18 years ago, I'm sure they're better now.
I am disappointed that Leviton bought HAI and is letting it die on the vine. A long time ago, in the comp.home.automation group on Usenet, I solicited ideas from other users and compiled a "wish list" that was forwarded to HAI. They sent an email to thank me for that. I'll have to dig up the list and see if any of those ideas were implemented but, looking at the OmniPro capabilities currently available, it seems not. Oh well.