These look great - Tyr swim goggles with corrective lenses in -2.0 to +8.0 diopters, for only $20. Not a perfect solution for those of us who need bifocals to read our watch, but a big improvement on being blind for a great price!
Speedo has also come out with some new "Hydralign" goggles with a faceted face that seem to force you to look out of the top of the lens, in order (I presume) to encourage swimmers to tuck their chin. I don't know how well these work - has anyone had experience with them?
Update: Ooh, here's a link to several models of "optical goggles" that I didn't know about! Thanks, Joyce! And another model that comes highly recommended. Thanks, Jim!
In other new gear news: How about a noseless bike saddle? Has anyone tried this? I wonder how well it would work with aerobars (or not).