I am scheduled for cataract surgery in my left eye, still my dominant eye, next month and I have settled on single focus lenses that correct my distance vision. I will almost certainly need readers for both reading and computer work and I'm ok with that. What are your experiences after cataract surgery and what implants did you choose? Do you know what the far point distance that your implant is designed to bring into perfect focus? The answer to this question could be as simple as "I used the manufactures standard mono/multi focus implants. Mono focus implants generally standardize the far point distance someplace between 20 and 60 feet. The angle of the light beyond the far point distance is generally 'close enough' to provide a 'clear enough' picture for most applications/people. There are premium implants that are designed to focus at infinity. I'm specifically hoping to understand how the implant affected your use of iron sights as well as a scope and shotgun use. Is spotting game at great distances (hundres/thousands of yards) easier now then before the surgery? Below are some specific details about my condition that are not necessary to answer the above questions but provide some background information. - I am extremely left eye dominant. So much so, that even through my glasses don't fully correct the vision in my left eye, it corrects it enough that my left eye remains dominant. Years ago I switched from shooting left handed to right handed/right eyed because my left eye became useless as far as clarity is concerned. - My right eye has nearly perfect distance vision but I need correction to read or use the computer. - I suffered a TIA or transient stroke 6 years ago that took 40% of the vision in my left eye. Basically the bottom 30% and a crescent along the left side of my left eye. Wide at the bottom tapering to a point at about the 12:00 o'clock position. - Even though my right eye distance vision is near perfect using my right eye is very difficult as it fatigues very quickly. It just isn't as 'strong' as my left eye is, even after the TIA and correction. Basically using my right eye is about as useful as my trying to hit a golf ball left handed. it just doesn't work for me. - Although the cataract lens will correct the vision I have left in my left eye, it will not restore the vision that is lost. - I have the start of a cataract in my right eye that I had not intended to correct, but the final outcome with the eye doctor wrote it up for both eyes (not at the same time). So I do have the option of doing both eyes.