THIS, and even THIS.
Halyomorpha halys, also photographed near my door. It wouldn't take much of a skim of this blog to determine that I LIKE BUGS. Just not THIS BUG. These introduced Asian pests have skyrocketed in abundance, and their annoyance factor rates a 10. They are adept at slipping into homes, and once in the room, must be dealt with. They whir noisily about, colliding with things, and one just cannot rest until the offending bug has been dispatched. But whack them with care - they are not named stink bugs for nothing. Too much mistreatment and they'll release a noxious musk.
Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs are also death on certain plants. They tap into plant juices, especially the fruit of trees, and destroy the crop. Orchardists hate them with a vengeance.
So one can only imagine my delight when I glanced out the door the other night to see that one of my spiders had nailed a stink bug and was sucking it dry. Yes! I've seen them with stink bugs a few times now, including tonight, when I arrived home from work.