I'm curious about it, there seems to be a lot of different research going on in different places to bring this to the market as something affordable that can be produced at scale and they all seem to have slightly different approaches.
There are questions about sustainability, mostly the amount of power used in producing it, and then there are questions of how cruelty free it actually is, since it often seems to use something like bovine fetal serum to create cultures.
Then I wonder how it will taste, the quality and flavour of anything is affected by the way that it grows, what it is fed on, etc. With vegetables, the weather and soil play their part, with meat, the lifestyle of the animal and what it ate do. No two carrots or two steaks will taste identical, but you can't replicate that with lab grown meat all grown identically from the same culture, so how do they decide that this is how it should be.