So I got the $149 Oculus Go just to see if I can find a good use of it. I was expecting to lie down in bed watching Hulu, and maybe also some NSFW stuff that everyone says is 6-7x better than in 2D. Hardware: This thing is not as comfortable as I wish for, but not the worst I expect. I need to wear my glasses (vision -3.50 / 3.25) to see clearly. I need to constantly take it out to defog both the glasses and the lens inside. Yes, I did use the provided adapter to make room for the glasses, but no, it is still a bit uncomfortable. It is not as heavy as I was expecting, but the strap did fell off a couple of times. The controller is like a Wii Remote and it seems to work ok too. Setup seems to be easy enough in the hardware department. The resolution is lowish as I can see the pixels, but I don't think it is bad enough that the headset is deemed bad. Having to use a phone to setup the 1st time seems dumb. You have a controller and a virtual keyboard, you can use it to setup wifi and go online by itself. UI in general: I was disappointed that many apps like Hulu and SkyBox isn't easy to let you lie down to watch a 2D video. It always point to the ceiling when you expect to see the movie. It also has that setting menu at the bottom so I have to look down to start adjusting the screen going up. When you are watching VR 180 deg video you cannot move the screen up, so that means you can only watch those sitting up, or you'll be looking into the theater theme's opera house ceiling or your fancy VR man cave's ceiling. I can understand you don't want people to do it in 3D in the wrong orientation but come on, this should not be limited in 2D. Other than this flaw I think the UI is kind of clean. The browser is missing a lot of obvious thing I'm used to from Firefox, but it is usable despite being too lite. Contents in general: Many contents in VR 180deg, in particular the NSFW action stuff, seems to assume you only sit up straight so you cannot always rest in a comfortable position. You are in a lecture so you are not missing any view, but it is just distracting you from the real action. My neck hurt after 10 mins. This is bad, but not the worst. The worst goes to me seeing cross eyed video in different depth of view for most VR contents, and the only one without this effect is the same content in 2D, when I adjust the setting of the content, so I ended up watching a lot of VR 180 deg contents in 2D instead. Since I bought it directly from Facebook / Oculus. I was giving the extended return period till 1/31/20. I think I'll try it a few more times but if I can't resolve the fogging and the lying down to watch limitation, I'll return it.