The T2000 isn’t ready yet.
The T2000 looks “nice” if you like a white rectangle piece of plastic on wall (the display cannot be set to stay on), its buggy, and a PITA to properly program. (installer/advanced settings for “heat pump stages”, and “pump staging delay” are actually settings for cooling stages only, and not heating. You have to program first and second stage heat as AUX (which many cause an issue itself if it thinks you have TWO Auxiliary stages of heat (W1, W2) PLUS first stage of heat on a HP, instead of just two stages: Stage 1 “Y”, and Stage 2 Aux “W”. This is gonna confuse alot of dealers/users, and result in potentially expensive heating costs very shortly.
I plan to troubleshoot, and trial and error configure this tstat soon as weather permits, and I can switch it to heating mode. 99% of users will not do this, and will just expect it to “work”, and they are gonna be upset/disappointed big time.
Personally, the programming options on the T2000 are beyond terrible. Even the Nest does it better.
Unlike the others, it has zilch capabilities or features physically at the actual tstat.
The T2000 was designed by a company that Alarm.com acquired, and is locked down tight to their service, and near useless without that service.
What the T2000 looks like 99.9% of time: