I have the HP Reverb 2. At first I wasn’t sure if I’d stick with it or not, but now, a month later, I can’t put it down. Initially, I found the headset a bit too blurry for my taste. This was especially disappointing given that I saw a bunch of comments in the forums about the great resolution. The mistake was largely mine. There is a small slider on the bottom side of the headset, which is used to improve clarity based on your interpupillary distance (IPD). Well, I thought it was as simple as sliding it back and forth until you had the clearest image possible, but I was totally wrong. I saw a post in the forums that set me in the right direction. I had recently purchased computer glasses, so my IPD was right on my prescription. It is 68, which just happens to be the extreme upper point of the scale for the IPD (appears in Windows Mixed Reality Portal app). When I first moved the slider to the far right, the image became much blurrier than before, but then I also read how important it is to wear the unit properly. The key for me is to wear the back supports as close down to my neck as possible, and then I rotate the bottom of the headset toward my face, so the unit rests on my cheek bones. I’m not saying it was totally clear, I doubt any VR headset is these days, but there was a significant improvement, and it is extremely comfortable to wear the headset for at least a couple of hours at a time
My advice, no matter which headset you decide to go with, is to give it time. Don’t expect the images to look like your 2D version of MSFS. Today, I can tell you that I would describe what I see in my headset as different, but also so much better and true to the real world than the 2D version. For me, there is no going back. If your experience is half as good as mine, you’re going to look at this sim in a very different way.
Sorry, I tend to ramble. I hope you do try out the VR version, and I wish you well in selecting the right headset for you. Take it easy.