I am in my early 50's, wear a mild set of progressive glasses and went for an assessment yesterday for getting Lasik eye surgery. The idea is that they would optimize my distance vision but then I would need reading glasses for everything close up. For a lot of the things I do--running, cycling, travel--that would be ideal. On the other hand, I'm not so certain how it would impact my photography. So, I'm looking for some input and perspective for those of you who have either had Lasik surgery or wear reading glasses. My most important question: Does the eyepiece adjustment on most cameras adjust enough so that those who need reading glasses can see clearly through the viewfinder without wearing glasses? If it doesn't adjust to compensate, it seems like a serious bother to view a scene without glasses then have to put them on to see through the viewfinder. What about viewing the LCD screen? Can you read/see it without glasses? Do any of you have any experience you can relate on how Lasik and/or wearing reading glasses affects your photography?