If you keep doors open, you need to move once you enter. Light will swich on, just not so fast. But if doors was closed it is reactive as freezer. You dont see darkness at all.
Then for exiting, of you open door and go away it shuts down. Problem if doors are kept open and someone enter-leave room, light will stay for too long. But you can reduce pir to 1min for open doors, and keep 15min for closed door.
One more problem is that PIR does not register movement inside shower (in my case). So while someone is in the cabin you dont want to touch the door. I solved it by adding one more doors sensor in shower cabin
Current solution works almost good enough for my wife And once you control light yourself you get all the perks: you have cool white for daytime, warm white for evening and dim light during the night.