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The VR28 and Persimmon, Pink Iridium, HI-Intensity Persimmon and VR50 lenses are probably the lenses that would be considered all-round lenses. They cut enough light to hack it on bluebird days, and let enough light to deal with most flat-light days. The VR28 and Persimmon are the bread-and-butter basic lenses without much style. The Pink Iridium and the VR50 Emerald Iridium are probably the steeziest and most high performance of the bunch, but you pay more. Hope that helps.

Pink Iridiums don't cut bright sunlight well, as they are basically mirrored persimmon lens. They are as expensive as two pairs of non-polarized, but you might give the Hi-Intensity Amber Polarized lens a good look if you really want to go night-to-day, low-to-bright. It is a contrasty lens, good low-light performance, and the polarization will make bluebird, sunny day glare fairly easy on the eyes. Might be worth a look.