My Model S has the HomeLink system and it's pretty nice. When you approach your garage it opens the door and when you leave it closes it. I assume myQ works the same. The only issue with HomeLink is that sometimes the door wouldn't close. I assume myQ addresses that as it has a door sensor. myQ requires internet in both the car and the house, and that myQ's servers are accessible, so both solutions have issues.
That said, myQ is a no-go for me. It's already a little scary that somebody could remotely hack my car. Adding my home to the list is a non-starter, not to mention paying $46 a year for the privilege. Also, myQ requires a myQ enabled opener or a conversion kit. I tried the conversion kit, but it had a number of issues. One, the door sensor required a battery. Mine only lasted 6 months. I finally got a new battery, but it just stopped working, so I recycled it. Two, because I had HomeLink in all the vehicles I want a local only monitor mode, but myQ required a cloud account.
It's disappointing that HomeLink wasn't an option when I ordered. It would have probably been a $100ish option at build time, but it's now $350 and a service appointment.