OK, so I almost finally bit on the most recent Oculus Black Friday sale prices ($425 canadian), and it is now currently on sale for $499 canadian.. hoping it will go back down to $425 for Boxing Day but we'll see. My concern is that my system is too under powered to even bother: CPU: i5 3570k @ 4.2ghz (could up this a bit but doubt it'd make much difference?) GPU: asus r9 390 strix 8gb @ 1100/6400mhz RAM: 16GB 1600mhz DDR3 SATA SSD Win 10 x64 Pro most of the 'recommended systems' I find out there are based on Occulus/Steam VR's launch specs, IE i5 4590, gtx 970/r9 290... but I've heard that games which have come out in the last year may require much more than this. I did skim through a few games on Steam and most still list the oculus base specs though, but not sure how accurate that is. Most "hardware guides" out there only list modern CPU/GPUs, which have newer architectures.. my 390 can beat the RX 480 in some games for example, which is at the bottom of Kyle's VR chart, but not sure how it holds up. TLDR; I'm wondering, will I be able to run anything (even at 'low' settings), or should I not even bother until I can upgrade my system?