I found two very old threads that discuss rain lenses a little bit, but wanted to start this new one with a poll, and more focused specifically on driving in heavy rain... I've been using contrast lenses to drive in heavy rain forever - cutting out that blue haze and adding more contrast makes it a lot easier to see other cars and stuff with all the crap raining down and being thrown up by tires, etc. Pre-Oakley days, I started with yellow-tint shooting glasses. When those disappeared I got something amberish, close to persimmon. These days I use VR50. I was going to try for some HI yellow or HI persimmon custom cuts but found the VR50 works well enough. But I wonder if they're really the best choice. Also wonder if they'll come out with a Prizm variety that'd be tailored for this. And again, I ain't talking about light rain / overcast / going on a hike; I mean driving in a heavy downpour. So, please answer the poll and chime in with your personal experiences!