Hi there, first time poster here (sorry for no intro, need to straight to the point). I had a pair of XLJ's for 6 years which I loved dearly however I lost them last week, and I've just come back from the store with a new pair of Style Switches - I chose these over the Fuel Cell as the Jade Iridium lenses were great. Fitting-wise they felt similar in the store. Now I've got them home and I've noticed that the corners touch my cheeks. I went for the larger frame because I am in Australia where UV is probably worse than anywhere else in the world and I have a pretty big head (size 61 hat). But I fear that the Style Switches taper in a bit too much on the lower corners of the lenses. It is touching my cheek more on my right than left, but maybe I just have a funny shaped head. Is this bad? It doesn't really bug me all that much and I have always had trouble with sunglass fittings - they never fit me perfectly. At $225 though I want it to be as good as it gets. Actually I have fitting problems with reading glasses - they always slide down my nose. In the Style Switches defence though, it seems pretty good against my nose. Just the cheeks. My eyelashes aren't bumping the lenses though, so that's good. What should I do - for those who've got Oakleys that touch your cheeks - does it bug you much? I don't know if the sitting on the cheeks bugs me, and I need to make a decision shortly while the statutory laws allow me to take it back... Any opinions appreciated!!!