I have failed back to my previous thermostat pending more Wyze Updates.
I am a fan of Wyze and know they will get this ironed out over time as it is really fixable via software. However at this point I have switched back to the Honeywell.
I have been in this house for 21 years and started with a manual thermostat and a monster single stage furnace, when I updated the furnace 15 ish years ago I went with a dual stage and a programmable thermostat. Since I am a geek, I have had quite a few smart thermostats, started as an early adopter with Nest and then a subsequent version of the nest. Then went to the Ecobee for the remote sensors and the much better telematics. I found it frustrating in that it only engaged second stage heat on a timer basis and didn’t use any other logic as well as finding the remote sensors interesting but not of great value. I subsequently installed a “simple” Honeywell ( RTH6580WF1001/U1) that still had WiFi and I could still integrate with my SmartThings and Alexa ecosystem.
I am not a furnace guru, but in my research as over time and technology has improved with higher and higher efficiency furnaces they actually do run more often to better maintain temperature. This results in 3-10 cycles per hour or one every 10-20 minutes and does a great job at maintaining a constant temperature.
My last two images for the time being, the first the Wyze thermostat night before last and the second the Honeywell last night.