Yes, I have an HP Reverb G1 for VR and most of the VR discussion focus right now has been about the new G2. However, I came across some articles about using the new Oculus Quest2 along with an application on the Quest2 (previously on Windows) called Virtual Desktop which acts as a conduit with some addon patching called Sidequest to permit Wireless VR. For best performance, a new 1Gbps router ($70USD or so) is added to your current router system so you can have a dedicated connection to your PC. The Quest 2 then uses that wireless connection to receive the VR image from your already well equipped VR ready PC and the quest controllers are used to fly the plane instead of the HOTAS unless you sit near them or have a Bluetooth HOTAS. The freedom from the tethered cable is really amazing amd other PC games that run only on a PC (like Half life:Alyx) can be enjoyed with this wireless setup. I know that you think this would not really work well - the video should be artifacted and blurry and the latency should be excessive - but it's not! I flew FS2 around in the 777 and the EFIS displays (update rates on the Q2 include 60,72,80, and 90) were quite crisp and the "sweet spot" in the Q2 is wide enough so that both the PFD and NAV MFD were clear without moving my head. The latency is about 40 msec so only the quickest games would suffer at all. I provide a couple links to read about it all:
Think about it!