So, here's the short version: It's out, it's still OGL (https://2e.aonprd.com/), it is a small departure from the playtest, and there are a pretty diverse range of responses toward it.
We can get into the details if people want to, but for the opening post I'm merely going to throw in my two cents: I like it. I burnt out hard on the original Pathfinder (and, I'll note, mostly for problems it had in common with 3rd and 3.5 D&D), and so the fact that it's different is a positive to me. It is not a positive for many people.
I think the biggest determinate to whether or not anyone would like it is going to depend on their feelings about "modernized" tabletop game design, which is to say: Pathfinder 2nd Edition holds a lot of design philosophy over from 3rd edition D&D et al, but on the whole it's sleeker and more approachable, and responses range from approval to outright rejection to cautious optimism as they await the growth of the game's content library.
I'll answer any questions to the best of my ability for those who don't want to binge the SRD all at once.