Well, it depends on your requirements.
I have it installed since yesterday and did quite some bit of testing or trying to get things work. In my eyes, it is not yet sufficient as daily driver because of a couple of issues:
(1) Most Android-apps won't work in Anbox. I tried a couple and none of them was working (e.g., FairEmail, my banking app, my app for rent a bicycle, etc.). Anbox is in heavy development so I expect those things to improve over time.
(2) If you require access to e-mails on Office365 (a lot of companies use that), then it is at least a bit rough around the edges (you need Dekko2 as the standard-mail-client plus the Outlook-WebApp). Dekko2 doesn't support OAuth yet.
Technically, most things work fine, but I have to say I don't use mobile data so regard that as untested.