If so, what are your experiences with it? I have spring break and money burning a hole in my pocket, rather spending my money foolishly I think it might be time to pull the trigger finally and get vision correction.
Does it really yield that much more rewarding of an active lifestyle? It has been such a pain having to deal with contacts in order to get prepared for a bike ride, or go swimming, etc.
I also was about to have PRK performed for free while I was in the service, but due to low-staffing, and no one to replace me it wasn't going to happen, so I left the military. PRK was a requirement for applying for SEAL training, so I didn't have any point to stick around.
I also think it would be awesome not having to reach for my glasses in the morning to read anything further than 3 or 4 feet from me. Not to mention, if I decide to go back in for BUD/SEAL training I need so many months of corrected stable vision in order to apply, 1 year, IIRC.
I also would love to get rid of my glasses since I tend to feel much more confident without eyewear glued to my face. I dunno why, but I like not wearing glasses.