Jake S.
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Here is what I’d start with:

Change only what the sessions discuss. Nothing else. Otherwise, the more you change, the more difficult it is troubleshoot, the more random strain and stimulus and focal planes get involved, habits get all mixed up.

Best is to stay super simple – focus on measuring and figuring out differentials.

And there of course the question is ergonomics and whether you might be happier with something like a -1.25. Super important would be active focus distance.

It’s a fine line. Wearing minus lenses may make your vision seem ‘worse’ very easily, so in a case like this you want to use them very sparingly, conservatively, think lots about whether you’ll appreciate extra clarity and use it to best advantage.

You probably never want to go full minus at all. 🙂