I will not turn my wonderful smarthome into a turd so stupid people can live in it. I will sell to someone smart enough to LOVE my home.
Well, with they type of attitude, you will cut out a large number of potential buyers, and even possibly not sell your home for as much as it is worth. The more buyers there is, the more your house is worth.
I'm not trying to argue, or devalue your opinion; I too used to love my house. I just sold my house in May of this year. It did not have automation in it, so I can't argue one way or the other on that issue.
What it did have was a georgous backyard, which I built by hand; myself. Custom patio cover with hand hewn beams, and routed columns, brick piliars and paths, beautifully manacured plants and grass, LV lighting, outdoor fans, multiple fountains, etc. I spent a lot of time during the course of living in that house, working on the backyard, and came to love it. When it came time to sell it however, I realized that I can't care who will buy it; I can't care if they will water the plants, or keep the fountain water clear, or fertilize the grass. What I did care about is that they bought the house. I got lucky in this market, and my house was only on MLS for 3 days before it sold.
I guess my point is that when it comes time to sell your house, it is more important to care about if and how much you sell it for, instead of if the new owners will understand how to use the HA (unless of course you have money to spare). Remember, you will be moving to a bigger and better home...once you sell the old one, you wont care that much about it anymore.