I deeply appreciate your recent suggestions regarding my situation. You may recall that I have the Alcon sn60wf in one eye and need an IOL in the other now. I was also recently DX'd with glaucoma and have had interocular high pressures for 20 yrs. The eye with the lens replacement is the one that took a big drop on the OCT and I was concerned that the test was not done well as they had difficulty scanning that eye. I have adjusted to my crisp vision in the IOL eye but was researching IOLs and see several references to Glistening the type of material that the sn60wf is made of. They do not say that glistening is a problem but it seems they are saying that t could be with eyes that have glaucoma, due to a number of reasons, including the med's. Do you have any thoughts about this? As long as I have a choice ahead of me - for the other eye - I want to consider my glaucoma, or at the least suspect situation, in the mix. If the lens I have now can hold more water - it seems not the best choice for the other eye - but I like the symmetry to keep both eyes the same.I wonder if you have any thoughts about this?