I just wondered whether anyone on here has had laser eye surgery to correct their vision? A friend and fellow motorcyclist, Hamish, is a retired 75 year old, and he's never needed to wear glasses up until a couple of years ago when his vision started to deteriorate. He ended up having replacement lens surgery at Optical Express on both eyes (a few months apart). He's delighted with the results and now has 20/20 vision again. He did have a scare when he had the second eye done. When he woke up the next day and removed the dressings, he found that he was blind in that eye. Rather a shock, and the consultant at Optical Express was also concerned, but after 48 hours of rest, his vision came back, and within a week was perfect. I'm in a similar position. I've never worn glasses (apart from office work on a computer) and up until about 5 years ago, I had 20/20 vision. But over the last couple of years, one of my eyes has deteriorated after a bout of viral conjunctivitis. My other eye is still perfect. So I've been thinking about the option of surgery at Optical Express. Apart from the risk involved, there's also the cost, which is considerable. Hamish paid £3500 for each eye, making a total of £7000, which is rather a lot. I've had a look at the online feedback and reviews for Optical Express, and it appears to be split between 5 stars with delighted customers, but also many entries for only 1 star where people have been very dissatisfied, with the odd one saying that it has made their vision much worse. So I would be interested in anyone else's experience. I'm not considering it too seriously at the moment, as much for the cost than anything. Even for one eye, it would be hard to justify that kind of expenditure. Any thoughts?