|Quoting DiamondFlyer (Reply 6):|
Personally, I stay away from polarization, as it tends to cause issues with LCD type screens and whatnot.
I think the FAA really exaggerates the whole polarization thing. Never really was much of a problem for me. It seems most avionics manufacturers take polarization into account. When I had my older Rx glasses I used to wear the $10 polarized clip-ons from walmart on top. I never really had problems with the displays. The G1000, and anything else from Garmin really, was fine, so long you kept your head in a natural position. The only thing I recall being a nuisance was the older bendix/king (kln 94 and before) GPSs, I had to tilt my head somewhat to get a clear view.
I miss the polarizing clip-ons, my new Rx glasses have their own clip-ons but they're not polarized. Personally, I thought the protection offered because of glare more than offset the minor nuances of viewing LCDs.