In any case, you will want to get 8K X when it comes out, if you are satisfied with 8K / 5K + before and did not suffer distortion.
I look at this situation like this.
8K suits me with its field of view, but does not like the level of resolution.
I like HP Reverb because it has the highest resolution, better than the Pimax 4K (when does anyone already compare it with the P4K ? ).
And I also thought that it would be possible to have 8K for most game swith wide FOV, and additionally buy Reverb for “video + simulators”.
But, there is such a thing that 8K X will combine in itself both 8K and HP Reverb.
Therefore, at the moment I made conclusions for myself that you should not waste your time on the narrow HP Reverb FOV, because you still have to receive 8K X during the year, which will be the best headset
(And in general, I’m used to a wide FOV, it will be hard for me to switch to narrow FOV again.)
I also wonder if I can use my 8K for exchanging / upgrading to 8KX or to new panels this year.
If I can’t, then I would probably take HP Reverb now and sell 8K, setting the stage for the purchase of 8K X. And with the release of 8K X then HP Reveb too I would sell.
(But in general, this is a slightly more complicated way )