It's a nice feeling when they get the script exactly right and everything's in HD again
Some of the model #'s I've had that I have liked: 715821 234525 213521 318721 738521 The titanium frames are really, really light weight. I've got a couple pair of the 738521 - a pair of + .25 power for working at the computer and a pair of + 2 for close up reading of iPods and books etc. ( I just added the +2 to the left and right Sphere info to give me 2 X reading glasses on top of my scripts. (my close up vision is completely rubbish - my script is great for distance but I can't read the menu in a restaurant) and I've got two pair of the 715821 - one normal and one multi-focal for everyday wear and they're very comfy. If I was going to get another pair of multi focals, I'd go for a very deep lens height. The lenses on my multi focals are 32mm deep but that tends to put the start of the reading bit about halfway up the lens which interferes a little and I tend to wear them down my nose a bit. If I ordered another pair, I'd try and get some lenses maybe 40mm deep or so.
Having said that, I have a pair of 213521 in sunnys (titanium - light weight and very comfy) and the lens height is 39mm....but, the nose pads sit halfway down the glasses - so if I had got them in the multi focals, I still would have ended up with the same problem. Perhaps Aviator style would work better for that. Multi's would have cost me $300 here, with no guarantee that I'd like 'em and I wasn't willing to risk it. But at $40, it was certainly worth a gamble and they've worked out pretty good. I tend to use them when I'm going out for a meal. I've found multi focals a bit of a pain to work with 'cos I'm always looking down to rake or pick stuff up....straight through the reading bit of the glasses.
Ah, the net spoils us for choice....