It's the eve of the Northwest Tesla Owner's Club Spring 2013 Get Together and I thought I'd be outside washing my car, but it's been dumping rain... because I live in the Northwest. So I thought I'd stay indoors and get in touch with my inner n3rd and play around with my Model S from the comfort of my keyboard. In the spirit of the HomeLink functionality I thought it would be cool if I could control more then just my garage door from my Model S. I've got a bunch of IP cameras and Z-Wave going through a Mi Casa Verde so I thought I'd try to interface them all together. It's a quick hack job, but here's my 'proof of concept' where I've got a couple lights that toggle with a push of the button along with some programmed scenes for things like All Lights Off or All Downstairs Lights On for when I come home. I can check on the dog and see who is at my front door (of course only when the car is stopped). I have all of this going through a linux reverse proxy that limits only the commands I want exposed to the Internet and blocks access to things like web admin pages for the cameras and automation gear. I need to pretty it up and continue to work on my security controls, but thought I'd share what I put together this afternoon. Has anyone else done anything similar out there?