I bought this as a starter headset for a new pilot. I also own the Skyzone Cobra X and the Skyzone O4X. Both of which cost many multiples the price of the VR02 goggles. When I first put the VR02's on I was very pleasantly surprised at how good they are. While on paper the screen resolution is low, when used with typical FPV cameras the lower resolution isn't noticed. The image is bright, and the FOV is just right to allow the whole screen to be easily seen.
The simplicity of charging via USB-C, having and internal battery and internal antenna makes these PERFECT for kids.
The VR02 definitely has fewer features than more expensive goggles, this is one way it can be made so much cheaper. Namely: no DVR, no external antennas, no image adjustment, and no HDMI or AV input ports. To me, not having these features but maintaining good image quality was an excellent trade off. The only feature I'd "really" miss is the HDMI input for future use with a Shark Byte HD system. However since the screen resolution is relatively low, using a Shark Byte with these goggles is probably not a good idea anyway.
Overall I was, and still am shocked at how good these goggles are for the money.
If you are flying analog whoops, toothpicks, or other FPV vehicles (like airplanes or cars) that will stay relatively close, and you don't really care about DVR then these are the googles for you.
If you are new and not really sure what you want in a set of goggles, these are for you. Buy these and be very happy with them while you learn what features you need vs. want.
If you are buying googles as a gift for a kid who has never flown FPV, then these are perfect.
Knowing what I know now, I would have purchased these instead of the Skyzone Cobra X's. If I wanted additional features or image quality I'd save up and jump all the way to the Skyzone 04X, Fatshark HD02, or DJI V2 goggles. All of which cost around 10X what the VR02's cost.
Super happy with the VR02's. As I continue to buy FPV kits as gifts, these will go in every set.