So, the dreaded half-x spring-to-pivot connection point broke.. this weird situation where the arm just 'falls off' one day with zero stress or truma to the glasses. So, I bought two pairs of Oakley Half-X's off ebay (from authenticoakleyframes, maybe you guys know him). My question it this: I believe the arms on these glasses are under static load all the time when idle. This design obviously shortens the life span of the glasses, and eventually starting with dynamic load (wearing daily) makes it worse. This is evidenced because removal of the arm reveals that the screw-hole has to be pulled out a couple millimeters to get the hole to line up for the arm to be attached ; this is indicative that when the screw is inserted, the arm assembly must be under a little bit of spring-load pressure ALL the time. So, should I remove the arms for storage, so there is zero static load?