This thread is a month old but does need rehashing. UV protection for your eyes while out in the sun is very important. I can speak from experience on this one. I grew up in the far North where we had snow from September to May. As kids we were always out playing in it. The sun glare off the snow was quite bright even though the days were shorter in the winter. At the age of 39 I had my first cataract surgery and at the age of 47, my second. Its young for that kind of surgery. Its not fun having a fixed focal length. It limits your visual distance range and requires you to keep many different lenses around to do routine tasks. The progressives aren't always the best options either. Any UV protection you can wear in the sun is ultra important, especially if you are exposed to bright sun and/or for long periods. It might even be worth buying UV athletic sunglasses that you can wear under the goggles.
Except for the Automag in front, its usually the man behind the equipment that counts.