Maui Jim will do Rx/glass/PL/progressive lenses but my last pair were over $1300 and their lens coatings are unbelievably fragile, even for someone accustomed to dealing with uppity optics for a living. Hoya is another option for PL/Rx/progressive lenses but their zone tech is old. I've since returned to Smith, who has the single best warranty and Rx department I've ever dealt with, just no glass/progressive/PL/RxSince I wear Rx glass, I've not found a resource for laminated glass polarized lens planos I can have my ophthalmologist order in frames of my choice. Actually, it is even getting harder and harder to get labs who will do ground glass, molded CR39 plastic or polycarbonate (not an optical material by my lights) is all they want to do in this era of anti-craftsmanship. This leaves me little choice but to go with Smith and Costa for their specialized angling tints in quality glass. I will strive to fine a person at Luxottica in the know.