I'm not sure I've said that anywhere LB. As Phattso states, if my updates are frequent and enthusiastic, it's because I'm checking things frequently and I'm enthusiastic.
Bob, I do think a note of caution might be wiser than the assumption that this will go mainstream based on the fact that Valve didn't say they were developing anything for it and a presumption that manufacturing levels can be increased if demanded.
It is interesting. It isn't a slam dunk revolution or a world changing bit of tech.
Have you watched any of the videos / read any of the threads I've linked to though? Whilst I am (like anyone) prone to getting overexcited about such things, I've also got a pretty good history in objectively gauging the potential of display advances. And, reading between the lines and hearing the overwhelmingly enthusiastic critiques of this first prototype and it's potential from industry leading figures (remember Valve, EPIC, Unity, iD and by turns Bethesday), I can't help but feel that this thing is going to be significant. And whilst 'world changer' is a deliberately disingenuous and misleading statement to apply to my enthusiasm, if I had to call it, I would actually go as far as saying this was (quite literally) a game-changer.
I'm openly optimistic then, but privately I'm expecting the next big thing from this. But, as Phattso also says, if the worst case scenario is that we get 12 months of cool games and demos to try with a (very cheap) HMD to boot, I'll be on cloud nine regardless.
It won't take long for me to be proved wrong though, so you've all got that to look forward to at least.