For many years now I've worn various Maui Jim Rose sunglasses but this time around I decided to try Oakley. Looking on Oakley's website and trying a few styles over the past few weeks I decided on Conductor 6's with Daily Prizm lenses which I absolutely fell in love with when I tried them briefly but I need them in prescription. I emailed Oakley to see if they were available in Rx but was told I had to talk to a retailer. So I did a bit of research online, read that the Rx Prizm's had recently been released so thought I was good only to find out after ordering yesterday that the Daily Polarized are not available in Rx (yet?). Since then I've been trying figure out what to do. After delving in to all Oakley's different lenses, aside from the Daily Prizm's, the two that intrigue me the most are the Prizm Road and OO Black Iridium Polarized but my local retailer doesn't have examples of either so I'm left with a bit of a dilemma. From what I've read it seems like I would like the Prizm Road sounds but I'm a bit worried about the lack of polarization, the slightly higher light transmission and that it wouldn't work well for everyday use. The OO Black Iridium Polarized being a higher contrast rose based lens seems like it would something I would like but I worry about the lower amount light transmission than I'm used to and that it won't have the clarity I so liked in the Daily Prizm Polarized. The other option is to get a refund and wait to when or if Oakley releases a prescription version of the Daily Prizm Polarized. I've been poking around but can't seem to get much info. A service rep at Oakley Canada said they had no idea when or if they would ever be available. Then I noticed on the US website that the page with the new Mainlink Daily Prizm Polarized lists Rx as an option so I phoned the US number and the service rep said he thought they were available for Rx yet I can't seem to find any other info confirming it. Sorry for the long post. I thought it best to give some background though. So does anyone have any suggestions or any thoughts on if or when the Daily Prizm Polarized will be available for Rx? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.