I have to say out of all the electronics I've bought threw all the years, the Rift by far is the biggest pile of crap I've ever owned!! I've gone threw 3 exchanges in over the course of a week!! The first one had issues with the left lens failing. This happened not by playing a game, but just viewing a video entitled, "Introduction to VR". The only way I had to partly resolve this issue was shutting down my computer and restarting. When I put the VR headset back on, it worked for a few minutes before failing again. Just to note, every cord is plugged directly into my PC - Yes, I pulled all cords out and plugged them back in hoping that would resolve the issue + checked the VR headset cord. Also, all my drivers are updated. I thought reinstalling Oculus would help, but it did absolutely nothing but waste my time. My desktop has 4 usb 3.0 ports on the back and 2 on the front. Yes, I tried different ports for the VR, ones that my external hard drive were using, plus my blu ray player, and usb audio interface, which have had zero issues over the last 6 months using these usb ports. I have a GTX 1070 graphics card with 8GB on the card, so VR compatibility is not the problem. The second Oculus I got, the headset was working fine, but the controllers at random would stop working, usually the left one. When this happened it took a few mintues before it would come back on again/recognized. After googling the first VR I had to death to see what was causing the lens to go out, I didn't have it in me to do it again for the controllers. So I did another exchange (to note I bought Oculus at Best Buy and not some random unheard of electronic store). So the VR I just got today, I'm back to a faulty headset, this one worst by far!!!! I try setting up the Rift, and it goes to a black screen/ freezes within the VR headset after about 2 minutes. Once this happens, I get 2 separate messages at different times. One message is about, "checking the headset connection" and the other message says something about a hardware problem. This is not a HDMI issue, I had my monitor plugged into the HDMI as I removed it from display port to test, and it worked just fine. This is not a desktop hardware problem, this is a problem with what has become a very expensive paper weight. Best Buy has been more then kind with the exchanges, in hopes there is a working Oculus out there (with all pieces working), but there not going to keep exchanging, and now I'm afraid I may be stuck with this pile of garbage (I guess I'll find out tomorrow). I really wanted to love the Oculus, and this is why I kept exchanging, but if Best Buy puts my purchase on to a gift card tomorrow, I don't want anything to do with Oculus anymore!!!!!! At $600 Canadian, and 3 exchanges in a week this is just absolutely ridiculous!!!