I love the Oculus Quest. Good for wire-free gaming, good for large open spaces and great for streaming from PC. A really nice entry system for those looking at VR for the first time. However, when you own an Oculus GO it's not as comfy in bed for movie viewing and the guardian system under dim lights becomes a pain every time you remove the headset. If you own any superior fidelity PC tethered headsets then the Quest kind of loses its lustre unless you're taking it with you to demonstrate to others. I played Racket Fury daily on the quest until I got a superior tethered headset and switched playing it on that. The difference was night & day in terms of performance, visuals and overall experience.
Sadly, since then the quest gathered dust. I've not used it now for weeks, getting my kicks on tethered gaming at a much higher quality. I think this opinion is shared with many others as well. If you own superior headsets in the house that are already set up, then the Quest doesn't get a look-in. The wireless benefits are only great if you have lots of space to take advantage of that.
My only wants now then for Quest 1.5 or 2 is a higher quality performance, streaming built-in by a first-party app (come on Oculus) or the option to tether to PC to take advantage of higher fidelity gaming.
Edit: Just for the record, I have no regrets buying it. A real eye-opener to the possibilities of future VR headsets.
System Specs: RTX 2080 ti , i9 9900K CPU, 16 GB DDR 4 RAM, Win 10 64 Bit OS.