On Mon, Jan 20, 2014 at 12:03 PM, H Plato <hplato@gmail.com> wrote:
I'm now unsure of what the wiki was trying to communicate. Should it be changed to recommend the scene approach as the best way to control a multi-way light?

If the wiki is confusing, by all means make it more clear.

Stupid question, the scene members have 100% as their on state, i'm assuming turning off the scene just works, and i don't have to create 0% scene_members, correct?  

Correct.
 
I'd also need to add the actual scene as a controller and responder, so i'll have 6 scene members for this light:

Scene_member, garage_light, garage_scene, 100%, 0.1s
Scene_member, garage_light, garage_light_inside, 100%, 0.1s
Scene_member, garage_light_inside, garage_scene, 100%, 0.1s
Scene_member, garage_light_inside, garage_light, 100%, 0.1s
Scene_member, garage_scene, garage_light, 100%, 0.1s
Scene_member, garage_scene, garage_light_inside, 100%, 0.1s

Here is where you might discover a hiccup with this option.  I don't think that state of the scene can be updated by a device.  I haven't tried this, but it may not work, I would be interested to know what you find.