I don’t know your experience with PCs but I would generally say don’t go too crazy messing with different settings and configs to start with When VR was first released for the sim it was really required to mess with Oculus Debug Tool, Oculus Tray Tool, Nvidia Advanced settings (maybe) to get reasonable performance, but it is much less the case now. I think some users have problems now due to having set weird settings due to tips from the very early days (encode rate, prerendered frames, etc…) when the default works fine as a baseline now.
The default software for Quest 2 will hopefully give you a decent experience out of the box (caveat, so long as you have a decent PC…) You will need to experiment with the headset resolution in the oculus link software, and of course the render scale and graphics settings in MSFS, to find the sweet spot for your PC and your preference re frame rate vs resolution. You may want to use Oculus Debug Tool to turn on the new Sharpening mode, but that’s probably all to start with. You can adjust the “motion reprojection” whilst in the VR cockpit using keyboard control and numpad 1,2,or 3. I use Control+1 which is reprojection off.
Despite my complaints about SU5 I echo what others have said that VR in this sim can be truly amazing so stick with it Good luck !