I acgree with @Richardus here, it would make sense to have a non-Oculus GUI too, since not everyone is going to want to, or be able to, wear VR goggles the whole time they’re in HiFi, or even the majority of the time they’re there. I like that Firestorm gives you a choice of an SL2-style GUI layout and an SL1.3-style GUI, and I get the impression most people on FS go for the latter. By the same token, the HiFi Interface should provide a nice, keyboard-and-mouse oriented GUI for those who want it, but have it go to an Oculus Rift-oriented GUI when needed, but where it doesn’t burden you with the OR-style gui when you’re not in Oculus Rift. Once HiFi opens to the general public, it will be interesting to see what percentage of ppl go for the windows-and-mouse interface the majority of the time and which ones go with the VR-goggles approach the majority of the time, or come to that, to some other mechanism yet to be invented, such as that Minority Report wrap-around-screen thing, or some sort of touchable holographic interface where you’re literally standing there with the GUI elements hovering AROUND you as 3D cubes and spheres and the “world” projected in front of you on a holographicaly-projected, curved virtual flatscreen. Okay, maybe someday.