I'm extremely short-sighted (-11 diopters), which means that I'm as blind as a bat without my glasses on, although I have excellent very close-range vision (out to perhaps 4" away from my eyes). I assume I'm unlikely to be able to use normal FPV goggles without my glasses on, since presumably they have corrective optics to make the image appear at "infinity" for wearers with normal vision. Is that correct? (I can't use camera viewfinders, etc, without my glasses, and presumably FPV goggles work on a vaguely similar optical principle?) I've seen various "hacks" that people have done to fit the guts of a pair of goggles into a pair of ski goggles so they can be used by glasses wearers, but does anyone know of such a thing being available commercially for the terminally DIY-inept? Any advice gratefully received!