Significantly more fun next gen experience, than when the PS4 was released, as this is a much bigger step, than what you got on the 4th.
I liked Dual Shock 4, but DualSense is damn better.
Haptic feedback may be a gimmick, but in Astro's Playroom, it gave a nice boost to the experience. Liked the feeling in the triggers, when shooting with the bow, something I hope they use in Horizon 2.
That it's fast is no exaggeration, because the charging times in Astro and Miles Morales hardly exist. Feels like playing cartridge games during the NES / SNES era.
After all, even the new operating system is filthy fast. Nice to get rid of the lag from the PS4.
Lucky for my ex, who is quiet, with no problems ("take in wood"). It's not quite as quiet as the Series X, but compared to the PS3 and PS4, it's pretty quiet.
The only thing that bothers me a bit is when you install games from the disc, for the disc reader, because it is as loud as on the PS4. But this is only a temporary problem, as it becomes silent when it is finished with the installation.
Another thing I am a little bothered about is the actual support for the console, when you have it in a horizontal position, as it often comes loose, if you happen to move the console. Would have liked to have seen that you could also screw it in that position as well. It is noticeable that it is designed to stand vertically. As soon as I get the new TV bench, both the PS5 and Series X will be placed vertically, which also looks nicer.
Apart from this, as I said, I am brutally satisfied.