I've been using GNOME Wayland on my kiosk at work. It's pretty much just running an Excel spreadsheet, Firefox, and Spotify. I occasionally perform data transfers, HDD/SSD tests, and Virus removals on it. It's everything I could ask for with none of the XOrg tearing. The only negative thing I have to say is gparted doesn't work, but that's on the developers of gparted. Give it a shot, I'm sure you'll love it.
I loved GNOME Wayland so much, it's on my laptop. I run Retroarch on it flawle3ssly. I'd say it's ready for prime time.