I need help finding a replacement for my beloved Fives. Here's what happened... I could cry... I had a minor mountain biking accident today and I lost the right arm in the accident. I was on a super steep short climb, lost momentum, pulled the front wheel off the ground, went to put a foot down on ground that didn't exist, and did a barrel roll down a small ravine into some dead tree branches and small black sticks. All of which looked exactly like the arm to my sunglasses. I'm going back tomorrow to look again with a flashlight but I don't have great hopes. I plan on posting in the Sunglasses Exchange forum, when it lets me, hoping I can find some similar black replacements, or even just a right arm. I also looked on eBay, and will continue to search there, but so far there's only funky colors, or they're not 2.0s. In case that doesn't work out, I'd like some input on what sunglasses I should buy next. I don't like large glasses at all, which doesn't make choosing easy since there's a popular trend towards huge glasses. I like a close fit, with black or dark gunmetal frames and dark black lenses, preferably iridium or just plain. I also don't like glossy frames. (Did I mention I'm picky?) I don't like the blue or gold or other colored lenses either. I could possibly be talked into something with a black frame and gold reflective lenses, though not tan/amber/brown tint. But I'd really prefer standard black/iridium. I'm also not crazy about really thick arms. I really like the Fives 1.0 9mm, but that's about as thick as I'd go for arms. Oh, and I'd prefer not to spend a ton, like $150 tops. (I have a crap job) I currently have my broken Fives and some equally vintage A Wires. I started with the original Eyejackets back in, I think, 1994, or 1995. I looked at all the new stuff on the Oakley site and I think I like the Half Jacket 2.0, and Flack 2.0, and maybe the Flack Jacket, and maybe the RPM Squared. But, I'd really like some input on older/out of production glasses like my Fives and A Wires. I've been perusing some Oakley timeline sites but so far they don't have pictures of every variation of every model of glasses that Oakley produced. And the variations are important because I love my Fives 2.0, but I don't like the Fives 3.0, Fives 4.0, or any Squared Fives. But you guys, collectively, know all the variations of all the models from the beginning. And you're enthusiasts, like me, so I'd love to hear suggestions from you guys.