Yep, the folks Sony has engineering their gaming hardware and displays are top tier. They make great displays and know how to get the best from the gaming hardware they build.
So very likely, as happened with PSP, PS Vita, PS4, PS4 Pro, PS5 or PSVR, PlayStation VR2 will look and perform way better than the raw specs lead us to think. It's difficult to find people with more knowledge, talent and experience than them.
Obviously won't be perfect, but as usual with PSVR2 they will solve not only widely known issues, but also some issues only a few ones -or almost nobody else- noticed.
In fact considering how covid delayed the development of games and constrained the production and shipment of chips and consoles, I think they may be thinking on a 2023 PSVR2 release.
We basically got the name, the controller, its raw specs and what seems to be a short in-engine cutscene of the first announced game, which makes me think they we're pretty far from the release. They may wait for multiple future big events -one of them I assume being E3- to announce the price, release date, appearance of the headset and to announce and show several lunch window games.
If we're lucky we'll get it at the end of this year, but I think it's more likely that we'll get it during 2023.