I had my hyperopic-astigmatism surgery with this platform and with the technique described by Dr. K in this article (unfortunately not with him..).
Hyperopic surgery is significantly different from myopic surgery and far more complex. I have been left with mild halos and startburst at night and day.
While night vision is quite good (i got used to the starburst), in doors ambient like shoppings/market (semi-dark) is terribly annoying.
This technique should be better for treating astigmatism, and for my surprise, all the astigmatism are back as pre-lasik, in fact day 1 after my procedure showed this. This technique should create a smoother transition zone, but i suspect not in my case, and i bet this is the cause of my starbursts and aberrations i still have.
My case has been considered a good outcome for statistics (it is plain wrong!), i can see 20/20 blurry overall, it is considered a success and we know the real world outside there is not about reading a still snellen chart.
If you see 20/20 crystal clear i would try to find and talk to someone who is really happy with this technique.
Unfortunately not many lasik patients want to talk about their outcome.
I am not a doctor, but i am the one who had my eyes done and no doctors can tell you what is like!