Great to hear it. Just a remainder, the h-lasik depends vastly on the topolizer. From my experience it is a guess science, shot and see what we get (for higher > +3.00).
Unfortunately my surgeon set for -4.25, and i asked him why he did not set for -4.50 or maybe -4.75 since i am "presbyotic" , in his '"defence" my K reading was too high and he wanted to avoid problems, bah!
If you are presbyotic, bear in mind i had +0.75 plus pre h-lasik, now i have +1.75 plus, so h-lasik will not help much. Set for overcorrection is a must.
I would describe a h-lasik a 4 phase journey:
a) Panic (could not see near and far after the procedure, and i was not aware of it)
b) Joy (could see great near and far)
c) 'Frustration' (he missed, undercorrection)
d) Anger (why myopic surgeon think they can do hlasik, before the procedure it was a piece of cake, later it was a tough case!) And i had to hear "I have done a wonderful job to your eyes, dont try to mess".
Fortunately, my night vision is good, the only think is that "starbursting" thing that got higher and never went away.
Unfortunately the astigmatism is still untoched, only god knows why.
Anyway, my vision is good as my english, you get a picture.
Wish you luck, and would like to hear from you soon.