I liked the efficiency of the eye exam process and thoroughness of the eye exams with what appeared to be the most modern equipment. The only negative quality from this experience is at the end when preop instructions for cataract surgery were given. There was a good bit of new information given orally at a fast pace. I think more of it should be written because it is difficult to assimilate this new information in the brain and, of course, more difficult to consign it to memory. One way the eye specialist might look at this situation is if she is given oral instructions with little written instructions about changing the alternator of a car, a task she may be unfamiliar with.