A large part of the reason I finally registered on here (rather than lurking and oogling all the collections) was to ask you guys - the experts - some questions. They aren't terribly related, but I've been around the internet long enough to know that the new guy shouldn't start a slew of new threads, so I'll ask them all here, conveniently numbered for answer only select ones. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. 1. I have / had 3 US Standard Issue frames (Gascan, Monster Dog, Canteen) that were purchased for me about 3 years ago, all matte black. About a year or so in, I noticed the matte finish flaking off and revealing polished black beneath it. Is this common among other matte frames, or is a peculiar USSI issue? I would hate to have that happen to my Max Fear Light Jawbones! 2. I got a pair of custom Crosshairs, but I cannot for the life of me remember what lens I put in them. I am fairly certain they are either Tungsten Iridium or Titanium Iridium - is there a way to tell between the two? 3. My father-in-law (also an avid Oakley collector) was curious if anyone knows what size allen wrench is used in the nosebridge of the X Squared. 4. What is the best stand for displaying X-Metals, specifically the X Squared? If you've looked at my "Small yet Diverse" thread, you see that I have some 2-pair stands, but to get the stems to fit in the back groove, one has to be slightly pressured upwards or downwards, and I want to avoid putting pressure on the hinge. 5. What the heck happened to creative names for X-Metals?! XX, Half X, X Squared? Even Romeo 2 is lame, given the lack of resemblance to Romeo 1. 6. Apart from style, is there any real reason to get Oakley RX frames? They typically don't get Oakley lenses, they are made in China, and lack the durability of the sunglasses. 7. Has anyone put either Bronze or the VR28 Black Iridium into an X Metal (the frame color) X Squared? Pictures? 8. What are THE must haves for any serious Oakley collector? (Obviously opinion based, just curious on the key pieces) Thanks for any and all responses!