I'm getting eyeglasses later and have always been told polycarbonate was the best option and since my insurance is decent, I've always sprung for it, just because. However, after doing some research and Reddit digging I'm wondering if CR-39 may be something to try instead. Some info that may be pertinent to my case:
My prescription is not bad at -2.00 or less (don't have the rx in front of me.) I do have astigmatism in both eyes.
I wear my glasses all day and I have 2 small children. I like to have scratch resistance for these reasons.
I typically stay away from rimless styles.
I know I plan on adding anti-reflective to whatever I choose. I don't like Transitions.
Does CR-39 seem like a good fit for me? Stick with polycarb? Additions? Thank you for any advice!