You are wise to do your homework before surgery as my office and this forum are filled with people who did not do theirs and after spending much time and money were very very disappointed. You will need to read these two articles:
By me and still very valid: https://www.medhelp.org/user_journals/index/177275?personal_page_id=67912
And a recent "optimistic-industry paid for symposium" (consider an advertisement rather than objective data. Companies sponsor these seminars and many of the speakers, perhaps most of them get money from the companies and never really say anything bad about the IOL) LINK https://theophthalmologist.com/fileadmin/top/subspecialties/2019_April/0419-900_J_J_Supplement___1_.pdf
There is a saying that appears in the second article "Premium lens surgeons should under promise and over deliver" My experience it is the opposite they over-promise and under delivery. Most people that fork a lot of money out of pocket do so on the idea that they will not have to wear glasses at all or only a little bit and that their night vision without glasses will be good. That is not the case all or perhaps even most of the time. Ophthalmic surgeons in the US and other countries are under intense economic pressure because payments from insurance companies and federal/government systems are going down. Thus many offices (not the one I work for) start pressure from the time you call to 'upgrade" to premium lens, ORA technology, femtosecond laser, etc. Recently I saw a patient paid $16,000 US out of pocket with the 'guarentee' that he would not need glasses for anything. He needed for most things and even with glasses his night vision was terrible. I can't give the name of the surgeon or practice but it would be nationally/internationally known.
When My wife opted for surgery she chose a monofocal IOL and expected to wear glasses most of the time. She does well at distance without glasses but needs them for computer and read. When a friend of mine with astigmatism wanted good distance vision but had 2.5 diopter of astigmatism I suggested he get a toric IOL from one of our experienced surgeons. I am very reluctant to ever suggest to my patients they spend a ton of money out of pocket and think they will be glasses free.
Read the two articles and if you have further questions post. No one can or will tell you what IOL to get. There are more complications and more dissatisfied patients with premium IOLs and 'big pay' out of pocket than standard IOLs.