Here is my initital installation expierence with the Floodlight -Wired.
Of the five wired Floodlights, four were sucessfully installed and configured. One unit, however would not configuration via the Ring app (android). The issue with this problem unit was that the App could not locate the floodlight, despite the floodlight being powered and periodically turning its lamps on and off. After working with Ring 2nd level support it was determined that the unit should be returned.
A couple of observations: [a] The Smart Lights appear to be configured via Bluetooth, not WiFi (in contrast to the Floodlight Camera product). The smart floodlight uses a non-WiFi wireless technology to communcate with the Smart Lighting Bridge (speculation is it might be the 433 MHz RF technology it acquired from the Mr. Beam acquisition, although the FCC filings [Floodlight Wired, Model 5W21S8] indicate that LoRa modulation in 902.5 MHz to 927 MHz is in use => “900 MHz ISM band”)). [b] Ring Community Support agents are still learning about the new product line. As an example I was repeatedly told by the support agents to press the reset/setup button the wired floodlight, while in fact there is no such button. This is, of course, a natural learning curve.