I for one do. I have mentioned it before and will mention it again.\nLikley, a such technology will be based on orthoK or inherit key\ntechnology points from orthoK. It will attempt to minimize the\ninconvinences and shortcommings of orthoK and improve upon the benefits\nof orthoK. There has been clinical trials of "corneal molding"\ntechnology with results that last up to a month. Unfortunately some\nbugs were found and its back to the drawing board but once the bugs are\nresolved, itll be out for clinical trials again and if its a go, itll\nbe ready for prime time! Theres at least 3 different alternatives to\nlasik in the "works", all of them safer than lasik in everyway.\n\n\nIf any of you can wait a few short years, by all means do so! Lasik\nshould have never been FDA approved or been available to the public\nbecause of all the bugs, problems, flaws and damage to every eye. Its\nthru greed that it got the "go ahead" Just like RK did and only once\nlasik replaced RK has the truth came out that RK was bad news! People\nare paying the price for it now with impaired vision, induced\nastigmatism, unstable fluctuating prescription thruout the day and\nhyperopic shift. Many RK patients are now in bifocals due to hyperopic\nshift and they cant see clearly at any distance!\n\n\nWhen the next best thing comes out, lasik will soon be swept under the\nrug, its flaws made public and admitted by lasik surgeons(some of those\nsurgeons used to do RK, now they will tell you to stay away from RK!)\nFor now, those surgeons will promote lasik as its highly profitable for\nthem! In fact if you ask them if anything else is "comming" they will\nplay dumb and say "not that I heard of" or perhaps "not anytime soon"\nThats what they said when RK was the big thing and PRK was being\nprivately expermented back in the late 1980s to early 1990s. I know a\nbunch of people who regretted getting RK and wish they had waited a few\nyears more. I know one who wanted RK in 1992 and his optometrists were\ntelling him to wait because better technology using lasers was soon due\nfor prime time. History will repeat itself with new technology to\ndis/replace lasik.\nIn the meantime, stick with glasses or get orthoK and sit tight!