Where's the cat from New Orleans when you need him? We need an auction!
Dug, you want sunny and flat-light lenses?
Of course we all need both, and then some, but I'm just clarifying your desires.
BTW, every single H.I lens I have owned, and have known friends who have owned, have had minor troubles with fogging, fwiw. the standard/non-H.I. are much nicer for stormy days- they never fog. I don't know what happens with that H.I. coating, but they all fog in my experience. I highly prefer standard persimmon on stormy days as opposed to H.I. The contrast of H.I. rules, but it fogs between the lenses and requires a lot of on-chair attention.
I've owned 3 H.I. lenses for flat light. I have hated all of them. Brand new, they fog on me. (No, I'm not fat.) My riding partner has the exact same experience. We like them when we're moving, but on the chair we always have to breathe them out. And- I have only ever had this problem with H.I. I get this really thin fog between the lenses. It's not from sweat, or heat, or whatever. I know goggle maintenance. H.I. is a big head-ache.
I own 5 A-frames and 6 lenses. I honestly would never... ever... recommend another H.I. to anyone. Nor will I ever buy another.
I've had it with H.I. I love every other Oakley lens I have owned.
(my A-frame quiver = H.I. yellow, H.I. persimmon X 2, persimmon, Gold Iridium, Clear.) I'll never buy another H.I. and I'm thinking of starting the 'This H.I. is Crap Thread.')
To prove that this isn't a marketing ploy, I won't mention what other storm lenses I want to try that people rave about.