Is nobody else interested in this? I hadn't heard of it until yesterday, and I think it sounds pretty fantastic! I didn't enjoy PSVR for many reasons - the low resolution, the bulky headset, being tethered by a huge cable to the TV unit, not many "killer" apps - but I still loved the concept. Fix all that stuff and I'd be in. I'll never have a killer PC, and even if I did, there's no way I could consider dropping $$$ on a VR headset and then $$$ on a powerful PC, too. It's just too expensive. Oculus Rift have announced their answer to all this, which is the Oculus Quest. This Eurogamer article is a review of sorts, and you can find (a limited amount of) info on the official site. AFAIK it's the first "proper" wireless VR headset (i.e. not a sleeve you put your phone in or a cardboard box you slot your Nintendo Switch into) that's an all-in-one device with no connection to a separate unit, with all sensors built-in (no need for a camera pointing at you or whatever). Amazon UK accidentally launched the product page earlier, and it's going to be £399/64gb and £499/128gb in the UK. Considering that it comes with the controllers etc., I'm willing to pay that. Just hoping that more games come along in future that are a little bit deeper. I guess the hardware isn't going to be capable of running something like Fallout 4 VR or Skyrim VR (it's essentially a modern mobile chipset), but then, it's not satisfying to play those games for me anyway (on the equipment I can afford, i.e. the PSVR) so... ...the PS5 in 2020 may well launch with a PSVR2, which will probably blow everything else away, but I can't wait until then.