It is pretty good. Yesterday was early gift exchange with son and daughter-in-law. I'd gotten them a PS4 console, PS4 VR Skyrim Bundle (new CUH-ZVR2 version headset released last month), and an PowerA display/charging rack for all the VR stuff. Soon as they open the console wrapping they laugh. Seems they just bought themselves a new PS4 console couple weeks ago. Then they opened the VR and were blown away. Of course, once all setup I got to try it out. Not a big fan of fantasy games but gave Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim a shot. Well I can tell you the VR experience is pretty cool. It's all 3D. As far as resolution goes it's not quite as hi-res HD as what's on the TV. This is because while the VR headset's screen is 1920x1080p, because it is stereoscopic the system renders two halfs of the screen separately-- one for each eye (features two lenses in the headset one left one right). So you're actually viewing 960x1080 graphics in 3D. It still looks pretty good though. The 3D effect is very well done and when characters in the game are engaging you or if you're talking to them it is like someone in real life 1:1 scale there before you, albeit a fairly decent job of rendering. Turning your head is same as looking around in real life the virtual world of the game is all around you as far as that goes. Turn and look to the side and it's like you've turned your head to look at the stuff beside you in real life. There was no jitter or warping or choppiness, all completely smooth, very good scaling near and distance. It has two ear buds with the headset and the sound tracks in 3D as well and is all around you but you hear something to the right and turn to look you then hear it in front of you, etc. The move controllers were not charged so cannot review those. Had to use the gamepad which I'm not at all skilled with. 'Suspension of disbelief happens in the headset, since in a fee parts that had me walking up steps to a foot bridge overlook and etc gave a little bit of spatial disorientation, nothing major, but I have to wonder how it would feel in a decently rendered flight simulation or space (star wars) simulation. So.... seems I have a brand new PS4 in unopened box sitting upstairs (remember, they'd already bought the console few weeks). Do I refund it or do I go out and grab myself a VR headset and wait for Ace Combat 7 to release in a few months, LoL.