@risa2000 wait a second...Im not sure if I got you right. I get the impression that your personal opinion about Youtubers seems to be that we only do videos about getting "blown away"?
Im not sure if you have ever watched any of my videos, but I can assure you that I go as deep as I can in every little detail. For me this is all about letting YOU know how the device works, if it passes my tests or if it doesn't. Thats the only reason I review and test hardware. I dont think you will find a place that goes in deep of the TPCAST as I did in my 5 review videos..
My intention of being a M1 tester is NOT to make 1-2 "pro/cons" videos for views. Thats how VR news websites work in general.. (yeah you know which ones Im talking about). 1 review article of a rushed 60 minute first impression and then a "personal conclusion". 3 pages of text. Fast views for fast readers and money rolls in from popping ads. I see that every time. Thats NOT what a "tester" is supposed to do. Thats what a final product reviewer does to make public consumers make up their minds to buy a product or not.
And thats NOT the way I'm doing it. Maybe also because im not getting paid for doing this in the first place...
I see many YouTube reviews as the most in-depth reviews of them all available online. You know why? Because small YouTubers like me have unlimited and unpaid time to test the samples, test it in every single way possible, and even make 50 testing videos if we want to. We can and we WILL spend weeks and months testing the 8K. Now THATS testers that gives you the whole picture.
No bias, no sponsored opinions and no hype. No paid checks in advance and no rushed articles. We do this because WE want to know everything, and we want YOU to know it as well - and not because we need ad views to survive.
This is also, why Im quite surprised why Pimax team should even care about sending any M1 test samples to RoadToVR, TomsHardware or even Linus. I would personally not rely on those "hands-on all-in-all impression" articles.
As for the comfort mentioned, this is one of the things I dont put much time into. I hardly talk about comfort wearing a headset or any other device, as it indeed is an individual thing. Just because it fits me perfectly doesn't mean it will fit you. I can give you MY short opinion about the comfort but that doesn't really tell you how you will experience it the same way, right?