Hi everyone, I have finally come out of hibernation after the winter and maybe it is my brain being a little foggy but I would like to ask the collective for help understanding what is true Ice Iridium. I have recently acquired some boxed Blue Iridium, polished Juliet's which are definitely a nice shade of blue. However, a while back I also purchased a set of plasma Juliet frames with polarized Ice Iridium lenses which were also boxed (and I have no reason to suspect they have had a lens change). The only difference between these is that one is polarized and the other is not, but the base tint and iridium appearance is very similar (see below). The polarized (plasma set) is a little darker as expected: Left: Plasma Ice Irid Pol. Right: Polished Blue Irid. However, I also have a pair of Juliet plasma frames with polarized Ice Iridium Rx lenses which are definitely lighter/paler blue which is similar to my non-polarized Ice Iridium Penny (in picture below). As you can see there is a big difference in hue to both. Top Left: Rx Ice Irid Pol. Bottom Left: Penny Ice Irid Pol. Top Right: Polished Blue Irid. Bottom Right: Plasma Ice Irid Pol. Just for comparison I have also mixed them up a bit: Left: Ice Irid Pol. Right: Rx Ice Irid Pol. Left: Ice Irid Pol. Right: Penny Ice Irid Pol. If nothing else, maybe this will help others with all the different shades of old style (non-sapphire deep blue..etc) blue available. Maybe this is similar to the Ruby/FRuby lens as it evolved over the years. However, I would like to hear from the Oakley experts/gurus on this forum. Thanks for your enlightenment!