Near vision is significantly better today - can read the monitor from a sitting distance fairly well. Because of that, I was able to read what I had previously posted - sorry for the typos and whatnot. I blame drugs and squinting. @blake - funny you should say that, my folks gave me Nyquill (sp?) last night and I slept about 14 hours - I think it really helped a lot and would recommend it to anyone at this point the in their recovery. @feathers - I'm worried about NAMI, but this is the only thing that I can do to help pass - I'll just have to hope for the best when I get my physical. With regards to the phoria, however; I think there might be a surgery. My father had an extreme phoria that they corrected - essentially they shorten the eye muscles by doubling them over on themselves and stitching them that way. Rather painful recovery, but it worked for him and hes a civilian pilot. Don't know if it'll help, but heres the wiki for it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Strabismus @David - Good luck dude, feel free to contribute to this thread. @ea6b - Awesome, will do. Day 3: Near vision problems are much less prevalent and the same can be said for the light sensitivity - my laptop is at minimum brightness, however I have a lamp on in the room and I don't need my Stevie Wonder glasses. Dr P said the contacts would get more comfy today and they aren't bothering me as much. Don't know how much of that is psychological, but he is a great doc. OR emailed and said that they won't hold my pro-rec so my folks caled an O-6 that they know to find out for sure. I don't want or like that kind of attention, but at least I should be able to get some good info outta her - I'll let y'all know how that goes.