It’s not about reading the letters off the chart.
That he can do … or can’t, as it happens.
It’s about understanding all the instructions.
It’s about being in a semi-darkened room.
It’s about strange looking contraptions.
because the optician is concerned he’s made a mistake
in his interpretation of the required prescription.
It’s about a process that takes four and a half months
and involves three separate additional appointments.
It’s about a process that somehow needs to be refined and speeded up.
But in the end, it’s about the final result.
And that’s what matters.