When I initially purchased the Oculus Go I was sceptical about the product itself as well as the new VR category it represented.
While it seemed intriguing it was also a very different kind of VR headset, primarily because it only comes with one controller and a smaller selection of games then what's available to other Oculus headsets such as the Oculus Rift.
However, after using the product, I realized my concern was unfounded and was quite impressed. The marketplace while smaller than that of the Rift, contained a lot of fun games such as the dystopian fiction game Virtual Virtual Reality.
It also came with a lot of productivity/content streaming apps like the Virtual Desktop app which allows you to control your PC directly from the Oculus, as well as AltspaceVR which allows you to watch content with friends in real-time in a simulated movie theatre.
There was something very different about being able to sit back and use the Oculus Go without any wires as if sitting in a virtual cinema watching something on Netflix, that can't be captured with the other VR headsets around, as they all usually require a lot of cables and setup.
I would recommend purchasing the Go, just because of the hands-free experience it allows as well as the potential this technology has in the future, for example, the new capability to watch live sporting events like the Olympics in VR for a relatively low cost.