The camera being included was always very important to my idea of what a VR headset should have, either on the headset or separately.Yeah, It's a great addition but screen door keep getting brought up and it is an immersion killer. It's still the number one thing i notice when using the Gear Vr. Resolution really doesn't matter that much, but artifacts and the screen door kills it. It's still cool. but it does pull you out of the "moment".
A lot of people complain about being excluded from the world, which is important to consider.
If someone has dogs and babies crawling around, it's a bit more comforting for the headset to be able to let the player know.
About what I thought they would be doing too.
Honestly I don't have the room for a standing Vr experience, even if they can point out everything everywhere in my home. Even after we buy a house here soon. I wont have the room. I mean, I'll get my game room back. But I'm not going to have room dedicated for vr.