Oh dear, I hope I don’t scoff… I just try and sometimes balance some consumer marketing claims.
EasyMesh Wifi systems are aimed at consumers and some small businesses as they focus on plug and play deployment for straightforward implementations and are a lot simpler to setup than proper Mesh systems which are not really targeted at consumers.
Solutions from BT and Ubiquiti are regarded as pretty good here with the former scoring highly on plug and play straightforwardness but probably not available in Canada. But most consumer products I have seen are of the EasyMesh variety.
There appear to be reports of users having some difficulties in some instances with the Google products, but fingers crossed you should be fine… just try and keeping it doing Wifi and nothing else
So when deploying try and have your wired access point or points in the centre or main part of your coverage with using wireless access points at the edge… each wireless hop effectively drops the throughput on that path.
The best performance is nearly always with multiple Ethernet wired access points configured as an ESSID using traditional co operating access points… I don’t know if your Google products can work that way or not.
Wireless access point in an EasyMesh product sacrifice out right performance, extent of range, number of nodes/access points (often upto three or four) and wlan configuration for easy configuration and suitable ranges for domestic environments.
Unless you are doing multiple demanding things over a very large space on your Wifi (s) the chances are an EasyMesh Wifi products or your Google products should be just fine.
Wifi is not really about DNS, IPv6, DHCP etc… you will configure those items separately unless incorporated into your Wifi products.