A guy at work was "modifying" a server rack and got some metal in one of his eyes his vision will be OK they say but he has a dressing on his eye that will be there for at least another week. He went to the emergency room and has more doctors appointments which brought into focus (pun intended) the importance of protecting your eyes and the difficulty one would have if you had a similar injury or an injury both eyes without readily available medical care. I have some Scott goggles that I use mainly in the winter on the trails, Browning Black label glasses for shooting, protection when welding along with various safety glasses that I use most of the time when work around the shop but sometimes I just go for it... no longer. The question is are there any feedback on preferred eye protection for people who do not need corrective lenses. The Brownings are nice but I will be picking up another pair or two of the higher quality glasses and there are many brand names out there..... “16% of all casualties evacuated from Iraq between March 2003 and April 2005 suffered from direct eye injuries.”Thomas Zameri, Government Relations Director , “Army Times” – 10/05 Without eye protection this guy may have been blinded.