here's what I think so far:
- it's comfortable, but quite a bit heavy.
- kinda fuzzy/blurry for me, likely will improve when my prescription lenses arrive.
- setup was very easy, although i spent like 30-45 minutes updating the firmware on everything
- it sounds good

- controllers are really nice, too.
- tracking seems to work well
- the base stations seem to make a ringing noise though? i'm worried about that as one is right above my bed. i run a fan on low at night though, which will likely drown the noise out anyways.


last point is fixable - there's a setting that will turn off the base station motors when not in use. not on by default tho for some reason...

there is a noticeable weight on your forehead. kinda makes my neck uncomfortable after a bit. ordered a counterweight kit from studioform creative, as I've seen people say good things about those.

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