So glad to hear you got your lens and that you are enjoying the benefits of not having your eye feel dry! I don't have a weight in my eye so I don't know if the edge lifting problem is caused by that or not. I do know that I had an issue with one side of my lens when I got it and the eye doctor was able to tweak it in the office so it fit better. There are so many little things that can change how the lens fits and feels, you will learn in time how to figure out what works best for you and what causes the issues.
For instance: When the eye doctor put a prescription in my lens I couldn't wear the lens, my eye was constantly irritated by the lens, she tried at least two different lenses with the prescription then decided to go back to the plain lens that, "I LOVED." She was anxious to try different things on me but could tell that my comfort was more important. She could tell from the look on my face and what I told her that I was just so happy to be pain free that I didn't care about the vision.
Glad you are getting an extra lens, I need to do that too, had planned to do it but haven't, thanks for the reminder. The last thing you want is to have something happen to your lens, that's when you remember what it's like to not have it and you will miss it terribly.
I've had my lens for just over a year now and life is so much better now. Just the other day my husband mentioned to me that he could tell the quality of my life had really improved. The quality of his life improved as well because I'm able to do more things then I could before and those things I did but didn't enjoy that much I do more often. I'm really looking forward to Spring so once again I can ride bikes with my Hubby and not have to stop every 5 to 15 minutes(depending on the wind) to put more ointment in my eye). Just one of tons of examples.
Please keep me updated on how you are doing and feel free to ask questions! Will help when I can! Take Care and Congratulations, Jill