I've had vision issues for many years. Floaters, self-induced far-sightedness after having RK surgery in the early 90's, Dry eye syndrome probably caused by the same surgery.
I tried progressives lenses back in the mid-2000's and was not at all prepared for the small intermediate field of vision they offer. I lasted about a week and sent them back.
I finally settled on 4 pairs of single vision prescription glasses and a multitude of cheaters laying all over the place. My purse basically would have 4-6 pairs of glasses in it at all times depending upon what I needed to look at and what time of day it was (because of the fluctuating vision from RK surgery)
Early 2015, I saw a video on YouTube about this company that was making variable powered lenses - that I could change the strength of the near/intermediate power throughout the entire lens - no longer having to divide up where I had to look out of my lenses.
I still have some progressives (hate them) but there are times when I want to have a different look other than the bolder frames of Allfield but I look at it this way - if I'm going to be on my feet all day, I'm not going to wear my cutest high-heels. And if I really want to see, I'm not going to wear my progressives. Allfield for me everyday - all day (unless maybe I'm going to the theater ;-)