I've been using Oculus Go since it was just called Gear VR. I cannot really imagine that it's much better for that price. But I might consider getting it so I have something separate from my phone.
edit: I bought it now from Amazon. Let's see how good it is.
Give us a headsup when you get your delivery. You tried PsVR/oculus/vive so you can give us a baseline to compare it off of? I think it'll be a wise purchase for what it is, certainly not going to be good for gaming beside the odd few games like Ultra wings, rangi and hopefully something along the lines of cool paintR. Daydream will at very least have good apps and media and I think that's where this thing'll will shine. Watching Netflix in 5.1 surround sound laying in bed, sitting on a bus or simply while someone else is hogging whatever TV should be worth the price alone. I've always found using my phone to be a subpar experience however the headset should be a bonus over the TV and much more comfortable than holding your phone. There's also the 5k czeck porn videos I hear this thing should be able to run but I can't get comfirmation on how well they run anywhere.
Anyway, 5,1 virtual surround sound simulator with no drift at 200 quid. Damn, bargin. Looks like a comfortable device too albeit suffers from the strap design. I'm actually pretty excited for this device even though i know its shortcomings.
The problem, for me at least, is that watching movies in crap resolution is not enjoyable. So, until I can have something that is on par with...lets say a 720p television screen, I will not be watching movies and TV in VR.
With that said, my single best VR experience was a live boxing match. I watched it a few years ago on my GearVR. Because boxing takes place in a very small space, the lack of resolution wasn't as bad as it was for watching live golf (impossible) or even an NBA game (frustrating, but passable). IMO, sports in VR has a ton of potential. Theoretically, you can sit courtside, behind home plate, on the 50 yard line, or what have you, without ever leaving home. I'm excited to see how this side of it develops.