Thanks for the update! I'll update the main post in a bit, except for numbers (5.), (5.1), (7), (8), for quite a few reasons.
For numbers (5) and (5.1), can someone verify that the Ceiling Mount is truly supported for all versions of Piplay, or are they just saying this just because they can? I don't want to update the main post until I'm sure that the NoloVr System works as asked.
Wish List feature (7) isn't just a solution for non-vr games. I was quite specific... it is an option in Piplay to display an image in a side-by-side format. If you say Virtual Desktop is the recommended solution, then another could say that Open Track mouse mode would be the mouse solution for the Pimax 4k. The problem with both is the limited capability, the lack of true functionality, and the dependency on third party programs just to get something 'similar' to what we're looking for. Oh, let's not forget that virtual desktop is a paid program...
I'm not looking for a theater mode of sorts for the Pimax, and I'm not looking to use the Pimax as a second monitor for gaming. For movies, sure. Both Vr and Non-Vr I'd like my head to move the camera (typically the mouse) and bind controls as I see fit.
For Racing and flight simulators, you can't honestly say "We recommend Virtual Desktop" and expect that to be sufficient, do you? Also, virtual desktop and other programs like require SteamVr to be running, which means more resources are being wasted just to even watch a game in theater mode... not in a simulated vr mode.
For number (8), absolutely not. I can't download steam in the default location for several reasons. It can't honestly be that hard to add a 'Steam Directory' option, can it? And what about those who have to reinstall steamVR just because it is on a different drive? Not everyone has the fastest internet. Please reconsider this, as this is not a solution as it is Pimax saying "we don't want to put the option in". Come on guys, this seems incredibly lazy.
And lastly, for number (9)... your details do not justify not implementing it. We're not talking about game compatibility, we're simply asking for and option for Pimax yaw and pitch movement to output to mouse x and y movement. This has a million different benefits, such as being able to use windows with the pimax, playing older fps games, head movement in simulator style games, and more. Contact partners... wait what? I don't see how this relates to adding a simple feature in or not... perhaps you misunderstood the feature request?
Aside from all of that, I'm adding a Number (5.2) about the Nolo system. There really should be a way to set what height/angle the nolo base station is.
@xunshu, I really do appreciate the work being done and the considerations made, but I don't think we're quite on the same page as to what each feature is and why its requested.
@grzvs, Opentrack does support Pimax 4k input but it is rather unusable between the constant drift and lack of fluid 360 degree turning.