I’ll probably snag one on launch. Probably building a second system when zen 2 launches so I’ll move the odyssey+ to my girlfriends rig. Wonder if they’re going lighthouse or internal sensors. Really hoping the knuckles come to market before I break a motion controller too.
VR is just 3-4 killer games away from being really interesting. I've tried VR a few times, low resolution is always irritated me, but the experience is actually really impressive. I would love to see some triple A games from valve in VR, that would be worth 1-2 grand for a VR setup.
Cost of VR for the limited novelty of it kills it for me. If it hits the <$300 price point then I'll pay attention
I picked up a Lenovo Explorer WMR headset with the motion controllers of off ebay for $150 refurbished. The controllers are no where near as good as the Oculus Touch controllers that my CV1 has, but they're about as good as the Vive wands. I use the headset on my racing sim, and it works great! It even has official Steam VR support.