Hey guys! This is my first time posting to this board. I’ve been a lurker here for a while. J I’ve got a question on the pre-operative surgical requirements. I printed out the NAMI medical document (http://www.nomi.med.navy.mil/Nami/WaiverGuideTopics/ophthalmology.htm#lasik ) and showed it to my doc. Under “Aeromedical Concerns” it says, “The appropriate preoperative refractive error range is –8.00 to +6.00 total diopters sphere with no more than 3.00 diopters of cylinder.” I fit into that, EXCEPT for my right eye. I have 3.25 diopters cylinder in my right eye. My doc is extremely confidant in his prospects for the surgery. He is shooting for 20/15, and fully expects to hit 20/20. Of course, he’s paid to say that, however, he’s been my doc for a while, and he’s really a great surgeon, great track record, real quality. How sticky are these Pre-Operative reqs? I looked up the attached docs (PRK AMS template, SF 507/SF-93 Continuation) and found no mention of Cylinders (whatever those are). If I go ahead with the surgery, and end up with 20/20 vision, what then? I really want this to work out, but not if it is going to ruin everything. Does anyone have any advice, or experiences? Thanks guys!