I had PRK about eight-nine years back and chose “perfect” correction, none of this monovision crap for close vision etc. My vision stabilized after about six month and other than very slight astigmatism, I did indeed have perfect distance vision - if it was three or four feet from me, I could read microtype. Not bad for someone whose contact lenses weighed six pounds each…
But this far on my vision has lost that edge and I typically wear my glasses for almost everything outside of the house. My regulars and my driving sunglasses are both vari-focal, which is an unbelievable luxury - I have razor-sharp driving vision and can read the dashboard and nav without any effort.
I think the tradeoff for the best correction possible, and accept that you’d need readers even if you’d started with 20/20 vision, is the right one. Chances are even a monovision correction is going to need cheaters (custom ones, expensive) in the usual age range.
So yeah, get yourself some nice glasses with invisible 'focals and make sure they’re well-fitted. (I had an updated pair sit too high on my nose and had all those annoying old-fart problems of not quite being able to get the right vision on the right thing - if they get the measurements and the balance correct, you’ll never notice the change in prescription unless you try to.) If you drive a lot or are outdoorsy, a nice pair of sunglasses with the same correction will be a joy. (Mine are Ray-Ban frames and “nobody knows for sure.” )