Source: Room mate had an oil leak and never checked her oil level.
The most compelling argument you can make for VR is to put a helmet on someone's head and let them play around for a few minutes. So far, 100% of the people who've tried mine have said they want one, and I've had a couple of inquiries about building a VR-Capable system for someone. That being said, gaming in VR is somewhat self-limiting. Ultimately there's only so long I want to keep that helmet on my head, and some of the Vive games can be a pretty decent workout. I don't see VR replacing conventional displays anytime soon, but it's already a great addition to a gaming setup.
Like, for example, let's say I worked for a company with a culture of ineptitude. Due to their ineptitude, perhaps they would not be completely aware of which of their documents should be classified and which ones shouldn't. Now if I happened to accidentally take one of their lowest-classification-level ("For Official Use Only") documents home with me on a CD, I would likely be fired, shipped to gitmo and anally food-raped by a guy whose boss told him it was OK to do that. But this does not apply in Hillary's case because she's only handling documents that could actually get people on the ground killed and not, say, a list of names of people we probably shouldn't sell our product to. It's a completely different thing. Instead of being anally food-raped, they tell her she really ought not to have done that and make her promise not to do it again. You see how much worse that is? I'd much rather being anally food-raped on a daily basis in Gitmo so long as I don't have to promise not to run a private email server again.
Don't get me wrong; despite my sarcasm, I think Hillary would be a much better choice to lead the nation than Trump would be, in much the same way that being infected with zika is much better than being infected with ebola. Ideally I could avoid both, but if a bunch of stupid people decided that we should all have a choice between ebola and zika, well I guess I'd have to choose that everyone should get some zika.
That still doesn't buy you a lot if you need stuff that runs specifically on OSX, although I think that most commercial stuff should at least have a windows port. I might end up feeling differently about Adobe et al whenever I have to start editing 4K 360 degree videos and previewing them on VR headsets.
Polymer physicists are into chains.