First please let me start out by saying I only bought this and performed the nose bridge repair for my personal learning experience. In no way shape or form am I offering or would I ever perform this for anyone but myself. I know I wanted to make a video of the process but no one was home to hold the camera and I am impatient. This whole procedure of taking out and putting new rubber and rivets back in took me less than 10 minutes. The press is very user friendly and comes with 3 piece. A piece to press the rivet out, a piece to press it back in and a piece I don't know what it's for? I set it up on the two electrical boxes because the frame of the glasses hit the counter top and did not give me the angle I wanted on the press. Here are all the pieces broken down. pressed back in Here is where I made a mistake by not changing the press pin to match the back side of the rivet. I used the same piece that I pushed the rivets out with. Not that big of a deal to me because these will always stay with me and just a pair I can beat up if need be. I can't even say I learned my lesson after the first time because as you can see I did it 3 times! Frame all back together. I have never seen or felt the X-Mans nose bridge tightening but I would have to guess they are tighter than what I ended up with. There is no more flex out on the orbitals than normal but they are not what I would call super tight. has anyone ever heard of Oakley using clear caulk as a padding for lenses? I can't imagine the person I got them from ever messed with changing lenses. All those little pieces all over the napkin are clear caulk I removed from the lens frame. It wasn't used to hold the lens in because none of it is on the lenses. And here they are all back together. Took me 5 times as long to replace the ear stem gaskets than it did to repair the nose bridge. Over all I am very happy with how they turned out. They are now a very usable pair of daily wear glasses.