I have read through this very interesting thread as, like a lot of others, I too crave the ultimate low light lens.
I have various eye problems such as short sightedness, astigmatism and mild strabismus (squint) all of which are well managed by my Optometrist who also happens to be an Ophthalmologist (took me a long time to find one who was both). Therefore I want to wear my glasses under my goggles.
A few years ago, from doing my research, I narrowed the choice down to Oakley Hi Intensity Yellow or Smith Blue Mirror Sensor lens. I went for the Oakley Hi Intensity Yellow and they were good but not great. I have come to the realisation that skiing in flat light is never going to be fun but I just want to make the most of it. I chose them simply because I thought the yellow tint would be less intrusive than the blue tint off the Smiths.
Living in Ireland I didn't have the opportunity to try before buying - I usually ski in a small French ski resort (Samoens) where the choice of goggle lens in resort shops is limited.
The problem is I didn't look after them very well and last season I noticed that the anti fog coating on them has degraded to such an extent that has made them unusable. My fault entirely but I wouldn't buy another pair as they will inevitably go the same way. As a result, I was going to order a pair of OTG goggles online with the Smith Blue Mirror Sensor lens as they don't appear to have a lens coating that could be rubbed off - they appear to rely on the surface of the lens to prevent the fogging.
However, when I searched online I see that Smith are now doing a Yellow Sensor Mirror lens.
Has anyone any experience of this lens and how it compare to their Blue and red Mirror Sensor lens?