Long overdue update of this thread.
I had the eye surgery back in March 2016, regular bladed LASIK at Focuslaser next to HB. The procedure was, while not painful, definitely less than pleasant to say the least, it's a rather odd feeling to smell your eye burning and then feel it being cut into. Ugh. Focuslaser was surprisingly good, the staff are lovely and the doctor was competent. I would recommend them.
I had a week of fairly strong discomfort after the surgery with feelings of grittiness and sensitivity to light, and then a couple of months of religiously applying eye drops. I suffered initial blurriness and it just felt weird, with the occasional headache, as my brain struggled to get used to the corrected vision. I also suffered initial halo'ing in bright lights at night, but this has receded and my night vision is actually pretty damn good, as good as before if not better. I was also very worried about rubbing my eye or that I would have to be super careful, but everything seems to have healed as well as I could have hoped and now I just do everything I used to do.
I feel that my final results are the best I could have reasonably hoped for, I no longer need glasses to read, use a computer, or in daily life. Is my vision 100% perfect? Nope, my left eye will always be naturally weaker than my right, especially when I close my right eye and use only my left, but luckily my strong right eye compensates for that and when both are open my vision is sharp. Sure my eyes will deteriorate as I age, but while I'm still reasonably young this is exactly how I want to enjoy life, free from glasses.
Best 3600chf I have ever spent.