The Coriolis effect on a ring-shaped space station gets the most attention, but disregarding that, would the rotation of the starfield be too disorienting?
A 1km radius station at 1G simulated gravity rotates just under once a minute. That's pretty damn fast. The starfield in your vision would be rushing around constantly. Even doubling the radius, that's still 1.5 minutes.
Edit: I am specifically imagining seeing the starfield through the "ceiling" exclusively, for what it's worth.
Would people be able to adapt to that or would it always be difficult, or flat out too difficult to live with?