Hey! The ultimate question is, like the thread title suggests: What is your biggest Oakley tragedy? What happened to your eyewear? What did you do to violate the sacredness of such a personal artifact? Did you replace them? And by replace them, did you try to fill that infinite void that will forever remain unfilled? Here is my story: Freshman year at Uni I fell down the stairs (harr harr harr...) of a lecture hall and my M Frames were hoisted from the brim of my hat to the head of the room. At first the stem snapped under the ear sock, so I tried epoxy and ended up having to tape them. At least they weren't noticeable. After that, it was nothing but downhill. For whatever unknown reason, the other stem snapped in the same exact location, no problem, solved the same way. And then I got lense cracks from an half inch to over an inch from where the frame meets the lense, three of the. Final nail was falling over my handlebars on my bike and they snapped completely in half. Game, set, and match. They were my first pair that had a lot of personal history to them. I bought them in 2000 if I recall. They carried me through two seasons of playing on an undefeated baseball team in high school, and accompanied my first Rodeo 720, Fakie Switch 540, and nose press to 360 outs on 50 foot kinks freeskiing during the warm spring weather in Montana. I tried to fill the void, but without the FMJ 5.56, it would never be the same. I do see pairs pop up from time to time on eBay, but it is usually after I just dropped a lot of cash on a new timepiece. All that remains, the original box. I think I might have the actual glasses somewhere, but I don't know where. If I find them, I will update: I was unable to use the search function to find a thread like this, so if there is one already, my sincerest apologies and you can close and delete this at your earliest convenience.