[QUOTE="Ms.Brainy"]\nAll I can say is based only on my personal experience and common\nsense. I support the choice of middle distance, unless your aim is to\nscore high in snellen reading.\n\nNo matter what distance you choose, you will need corrective glasses\nfor other distances, so why not choose the one that serves you best\nmost of the time?[/QUOTE]\n\nI choose distance because I spend most of my time walking, reading and\nusing the computer. Glasses tend to fog up on me outside. They don't\nfog up inside, except when taking a bath, and I can see well enough to\ntake a bath. Although I do see at middle distances fairly often, I can\nget by without glasses.\n[QUOTE]\nThis was my choice and I do not regret it.[/QUOTE]\n\nIt's a very personal choice. I had a talk with my surgeon about it, and\nhe asked me personal questions about what kinds of activities I did, and\nwhat I was comfortable with. I had been wearing reading glasses for\nmany years before the surgery (I would swap between reading and distance\nglasses pretty continually), and was happy with that.