I own PSVR with PS4 Pro, and Samsung Gear VR (which is damn near as good as PSVR for some things). I've also extensively used Rift since Dev Kit 2, and I've played with Vive a bit.
I do not play in VR much. Frankly, I find 98% of the games to be little more than tech demos. They're fun to play with a time or two, but that's it. A big exception would be Astrobot, and though I've never played it, I believe Beat Saber is also a game I'd come back to.
The best experience I've ever had in VR was watching a live boxing match on my Gear VR headset. That really made me realize the potential that VR has for viewing live events, especially sports. Unfortunately, resolutions are currently too low, and the screen door effect too great (even on the better equipment) to watch most sports. Boxing works (as would MMA or Pro Wrestling), because it takes place in a small area. Basketball is pretty good too. Probably in one more screen improvement generation, watching basketball will be great. But, things like baseball, golf, or soccer, where one needs to be able to follow a small ball that may be hundreds of feet from the camera, just aren't even close to being viewable in VR as anything more than a proof-of-concept.
Anyway, I love VR in theory. In practice, I've found most of the software to be underwhelming. But, there's enough awesome stuff to keep me interested. I think we probably are at a point where VR is here to stay. I've been waiting for this since Sega was talking about it in the early 90s. So, this is a really interesting time to be a gamer, IMO.