I installed Revive on my PC, which took essentially no effort. Works flawlessly, and was able to buy Superhot VR from Oculus Home and play it on the Vive. I expected more compatibility issues when trying to use Vive controllers instead of Oculus Touch, but played for 15min and zero issues.
Because of a sale promo, I also got Ripcoil for free. Looks amazing, and I heard great things from an early Wired press preview a year ago. Looking forward to trying it. Revive is also nice to have working since I dropped ~$50 in Oculus Home when I had both it and the Vive in my little competitive bake-off. Now I have those games back.
I've been coming back to the Vive mostly to play the things I already own. I haven't done a whole lot of diving into the store trying to discover new stuff, but maybe I just haven't had time. Exploring new modes in Island 359 and Cosmic Trip as they add them. Still playing Space Pirate Trainer to up my score. Tried some games like Budget Cuts and Serious Sam on a friend's PC and they are damn impressive, but it's all a slightly different take on the shooter genre.
I was not blown away by Lucky's Tale when I played it, but I really want people to keep messing around in that space to perfect the formula of "god mode" VR rather than first person.