Problem is, we have always had very high expectations for what VR is and should be because of older movies, depicting it as a highly futuristic device able to immerse you in a photo-realistic world, with photo-realistic people. That’s why many people continue to hype up VR. It’s fueled by that sort of imagination we have of fictional VR technology. Not to say that it’s an impossibility to reach that level of sophistication, but we are talking 20-50 years from now until we can ever hope to reach that technological capacity. It’s for that reason that I wouldn’t buy into any of this, unless it’s at a reasonable price, then sure whatever, I’ll play around with it.