Yes, I own the Oculus Rift. I've used it for a few hundred hours.
My overall feelings on it, is that there is a huge amount of room for improvement. But the experience is already amazing.
The screens have a lot of room for improvement, resolution, focus, and field of view namely. Some games can cause quite a bit of motion sickness. Some games don't though.
But when VR is good, it's amazingly good.
There is nothing like the experience. There's nothing like being able to crouch on the ground, there's nothing like being able to look underneath a virtual table, there's nothing like being able to physically look up at the stars. There's nothing like being able to pick up a virtual ball and throwing it. There's nothing like playing Lucky's Tale, and being able to physically get up and look at a virtual creature from all angles. There's nothing like moving a map with your hands, placing towers with your hands, directing units with your hands.
VR is like comparing actually being somewhere beautiful to just a picture of the place. It hardly ever compares.
VR is all these little things that just add together for insane immersion.
It gets even better when you actually forget you're in the real world. It's just a crazy moment when your brain is convinced you're standing in Rick and Morty's garage and not your bedroom.
It wasn't even really a game at all, but I had that experience in this little Coco VR app.
You're a skeleton in the land of the undead. You see a reflection of you in this mirror and your hands and head are all doing exactly what they would be doing in a real mirror. You pick up stuff with your hands, and you start a record player with your hands. You open the door with your hands. You get to physically look around at skyscrapers, undead people, the sky. It's just incredible.
There are no where near as many good games as I want, and I haven't used it as much as I want. I don't even know if there will be any games next year or the year after. But even then, this has been worth it to me.
I expect in 4 years, if not sooner that we will see headsets that will make the best headsets right now look like crap in every way, shape and form.
And you can bet, that when I can afford that, I will be jumping on the new headsets.