I'm 66, rather nearsighted. My -10.0 left eye has developed a cataract that two opthamologists (both cataract surgeons) tell me must be removed. My right eye (-6.0) has indications, but they say nothing that an updated prescription can't handle considering the risks of surgery. Suggestion is that I leave -2.5 in the left eye and wear a contact lens most all the time in my right eye to compensate for the distortion. Problem is (beyond the obvious) is that my left eye is also my dominant eye, used for all needed distance vision...(driving, trail running, playing pool....). The bloggers in this situation have reported all kinds of problems. We had originally thought both eyes would need the cataract surgery and that distance vision for both, glasses for up close would work well...but now only one eye...Is there any good solution? Should I find someone willing to do both, or is that just an unneeded risk?