I'd like some advice in regards to using a scope while wearing eyeglasses. I've been hunting all my life, much of which I have worn eyeglasses. Up until a few years ago, my vision was strong enough that I could "cheat" and simply remove my eyeglasses for hunting or shooting. As I am now in my 50's, I'm finding that does not work. To correct for this, I have a prescription for contact lenses. However, depending on the environmental conditions, they seem to often dry out, irritating my eyes and requiring drops. This often makes for a less than pleasurable hunting or shooting experience. My eye-doc and I have tried numerous types of contacts, none of which have helped solve the problem. As such, my comfort zone has evolved to simply wearing my glasses. I'm sure someone will suggest Lasik Surgery, however, due to needing correction for both near and far vision, my eye-doc does not recommend this. Having said that, I'm rethinking how my rifle scopes should be mounted. Most have been mounted as close to the barrel as geometry would allow. However, I now find myself cocking my head and looking through the right upper corner of my glasses. This causes numerous concerns, it does not feel natural or comfortable, nor does it create a clear and optimum field of view, and lastly, my cheek weld seems awkward and inconsistent. Are there any specific scope set-ups or other corrective measures that might help with this problem? Would increasing the height of my scopes help? Has anyone else found a solution?