Finally got around to fitting some Smart Connected locks to the external doors. Connected a Yale Conexis L1 To the UPVC BackDoor Connected a Yale Smart Living Latch Lock to the Wooden Front Door. Both upgraded with Z Wave Units for Internet Connectivity Let me first say my DIY Skills are atrocious so even though the Conexis L1 for UPVC said all you need is screwdriver I was still thinking about calling in a tradesman to fit it. But decided to give it a go, took about 30mins following the Yale online videos to get it fitted and another 30mins to pair up phones and fobs etc. I dont have a latch on the front door, so this one was more complicated drilling 20 and 32mm holes in the wooden door, and chiselling the frame to fit the catch. But anyway emboldened by the ease of the PVC one I decided to give it go. Took just over an hour once I got the drills and chisel, and having assembled it once taking it apart again as I had missed out a left right turn key panel. But must say am impressed from buying the kit in B&Q at 2pm by 4.30pm it was all installed and working So my advice is if you fancy these but are a bit of a DIY dumbo (Like me) Give it a go take it slow and follow the video guides. Saves paying a tradesman to do it. THINGS TO DO I need to install a Z Wave (Samsung or similar hub on my router for internet control) I already have a Phillips Hue one, but this needs its own one. (Anyone recommend a decent option) And anyone having installed these have any tips or comment on reliability of internet connection etc.