After researching the archive of previous threads I have basically found that their aren't that many success stories for FOV. Sure their are some, but the majority had some sort of complication or imperfection in the end result. Be it residual floaters, frill, to even major vision loss/ distortions. It is pretty devasting to know that it's whether or not you choose to bite the bullet knowing that you should not be expecting a perfect 100% successful outcome. I think their has to be a standard protocol when doing the surgical procedure so it will be better consistent outcomes and not Russian roullate. Does anybody think we have better treatment in the next 4-5 years or is this as good as it's gonna get?