I imagine some of you may have jumped onboard and bought a Quest 2, or you're on the fence undecided. So after a couple of hours and installing about 15 different apps, ranging from 400MB - 4GB I still have half my storage left. So if your concerned that 64GB would not be enough, I would say there is plenty. My experience with PCVR started with the Rift CV1, then upgrading to the Samsung Oddyssey Plus, then the Rift S, then HP Reverb G1. So with that knowledge under my belt of what to expect from a good HMD, I am pleasently surprised by the good quality of the Quest 2 LCD. Now I've only tested this with the built in app store, and the native games, as I am yet to test PCVR titles on it over WiFi and link cable. Anyway, me and my partner had a good blast messing around with the likes of Beat Saber, and several demo's. Just from these games alone, this HMD is slightly better than the Rift S LCD, a lot less SDE, to the point you really have to focus to see any. Only gripe, is if you use the higher IPD setting, you can see the edges of the screens which can be off putting. Using the centre setting work well for us both, and avoided that issue. Login in with an existing Oculus account was straight forward, but as you go through the process you do need to link that account with a Facebook account. Doing this, I noticed a couple of games I already own on the PCVR store was showing as purchased in the Quest store, Robo Recall and I expect you to die. So that was nice to see. For the comfort using only the default strap, it isn't bad, but it is a pain having to adjust it for the difference size heads me and my partner has, so an elite strap is preferred. As for the face covering, I found it fitted well, and was comfortable for around the 60mins I had it on. That said, I did notice some light bleed from the nose if you look down, so I would of liked the rubber nose covering you get on other HMD to hide that. No cables! Man this feels great not being tethered, or getting all wrapped up in cables. This is definitely the future for VR. Onboard Audio is pleasent and clear. Loud enough that at 3/4 volume was optimal for our environment. So it is very playable without the need of earphones. But some people do like the full immersion of being completely closed off from reality. I do in certain games like ED. So based on that alone, I would say this is a bargain HMD. I will update this thread next month once I get my main rig built and test it with PCVR to see if it is a keeper for that too. Please share your thoughts and findings.