I have mixed feelings. I love God's creation and being able to witness, via video and clear images, what it looks like up close. I also know how many billions of dollars went into this and think about people starving and suffering and feel compassionate for them. Then I think about the ocean and how little we've explored it and it's much closer and cheaper to access than space, let alone Mars, but then part of me is like forget Mars, I wanna see Venus! Mixed feelings lol.
Venus is very difficult, as it's thick atmosphere is
a) extremely dense, crushing stuff under it's pressure (it has a pressure of 93 bar, so about what we have here at over 900 meter/1000 yards underwater (which is too deep and too much pressure for most submarines btw!),
b) toxic and corrosive, so probes tend to get destroyed before they even touch the ground even if they could withstand the pressure, and
c) absorbs and reflects radio waves, so even if the probe survives, if the signal emitter ain't strong enough, you'll never know.
Also, considering the thickness and composition of Venus's atmosphere, even if all those problems would be solved, I'm pretty sure you wouldn't see anything in that thick, dense fog...