There's reasoning behind mine built the way it is. This was my train of thought.
The linear fashion of the strips was because I intended to use the light throughout but in stages as I only have a 2x4 space for a full run. So no second veg chamber etc. The strips were a veg light in effect. As I have to start them small. I opted for 4 5000k. (Added the red/blue and 2700ks later) but they still do a grand job keeping stretch down.
I didn't see the point in covering a full spread with immense light from the off as they wouldn't be able to use it.
Onto the cobs. These are to be used as a kind of "midday sun" throughout bloom. I mentioned earlier my light runs via WiFi. I can set scenes. Schedules etc from my phone.
This is an old pic of my control box. Should give you a slightly better idea as to how it works. Fans. Cobs and strips all have their own channel on a relay. (I still have a free channel on my relay too should I wish to put a humidifier in but I really don't need to)
I use a sonoff th16a thermo/hygro relay. This measures both temperature and humidity but will only switch one appliance.
This is where scenes come into it. You could have the th16a reading the humidity and the sonoff 4ch pro r2 switching it as and when necessary.
When my cobs come on. I'll set them so if temps climb too high they automatically switch off just leaving the strips and not ruining a cycle.
If there's a powercut. Everything instantly picks up where it left off. Any drastic changes my phone pings me.
If you wanted to be super smart and buy yourself a holiday with peace of mind. Then that 4th channel could be used to cycle time a pump from a reservoir. IP camera to your phone and you still have a great deal of control over your room.
That's the end of my thought pattern. Just condensed a month into a paragraph or 2 lol
Edit the hlg150h has been swapped out for a 320h 24a now.