A few years ago, when I found out I wasn't a candidate for Lasik, I bought a pair of HiJinx with Oakley prescription lenses. I found my vision was much sharper than with my normal glasses. I think this may be because the eye-to-lens distance is so critical with astigmatism, and the machines in-store are not capable of making lenses that work well off-axis. It looked to me that the Oakley frames made for normal glasses seemed like a completely different company, so the next time I renewed my prescription, I decided to look into getting Oakley sunglasses with clear lenses. I ended up getting a pair of Crosshair 2.0 lead frames, along with a pair of black Fuel Cells with Light Grey lenses. The vision was a good as I hoped, and I've now worn the Crosshairs every day for the past two years. The time has come for me to update my prescription, so I'm looking around for what I'm going to get next. I don't know of any store near me that has the full range on display, so I need to have a fairly good idea what I want before I go. It's worth mentioning that I have a very large head and need a wide frame to avoid the arms bending back. Since I've had the Crossfires, it's not that unusual for strangers to ask me about them. Although the tone has always been positive, I'm not really looking for a conversation starter here! I'm interested in opinions of suitable plastic styles (Frogskin, Jupiter, Garage Rock?) as well as metal.