Sure, we fixed-wing pilots know how to land in visual conditions. Three degrees or so, look at the whole runway, pick your spot, and go for it; maybe use less flaps in squirrely winds, appreciate VASIs and PAPIs, maybe use a little crab, and pay attention to ground effect. Sloppy landings infuriate CFIs, but “any landing you can walk away from is a good landing,” right? Maybe.
VFR pilots can learn to fly more precise approaches and relate to their instrument cluster more effectively using an approach I call the VFR ILS. Besides that, this taste of instrument flying may motivate you to check further into instrument training and the rating itself.