I've got a Half Jacket frame (original HJ, not HJ 2.0) along with a few XLJ lenses. I love these sunglasses, but have a few issues I'd love to resolve without switching to another frame as I've got a fair bit of money tied up in these frames and multiple Rx lenses. 1. For sports in which my head is tilted forward (e.g., cycling or prone shooting), I end up looking over the top of the frame. I wish these glasses rode a little higher on my nose. 2. When the frame is fully seated on my face, my eyelashes touch the lenses (I'm a guy and don't do anything to my eyelashes). Seems like larger, or perhaps closer fitting, nose pads would solve both these problems by sitting higher on my nose and pushing the lenses farther from my face. All I can find on the Oakley website is a replacement kit that looks to contain pads identical to the pads that came with my HJ frame. Would the Asian fit pads resolve my issues (I'm not Asian nor do I have a typical Asian facial bone structure)? Do they sell the pads separately and would they fit on Half Jackets? 3. The arms on the Half Jacket are a bit thick and prevent earmuffs from making a good seal around the ears. The Oakley rep I reached told me they don't make alternative arms for the Half Jacket and that the arms from other frames (e.g., Flak Jacket) won't fit the Half Jacket. He also told me that the Half Jacket XLJ lenses won't fit any of their other frames, so I wouldn't be able to move the lenses to a frame with flatter arms. Is everything the Oakley rep told me correct? Are there any other solutions apart from ditching my Half Jacket and Rx lenses and starting anew? One thing I was considering is removing the arms and attaching a strap that goes around the head. I'd have to figure out how to attach the straps to the frame. Can the arms be removed from the frame without breaking the arms or frame?