Thank you for the additional details and articles, I never thought about our eye CA either but now it might explain me better why I do perceive red and blue bars drawn on a black background as if they were at difference depth. Now this LCA aspect could be an explanation I see red/blue fringes in the G2 when wearing it above/below the center line/sweet spot, and why I see the image blurrier when I look in the center. However I’d suspect I would have a similar effect with any headset, but I don’t with the Valve Index. Actually the Index allows a wider range of positions without any difference regarding CA and sharpness which is great (they use dual elements lenses). My G2 is not which would indicate it has a defect.
So if I get it correctly, in your G2 you can see clear text closer to the 2nd image (in “what I see +1 correction glasses”) than in the 1st image, and it appears like in the “Partial Solution” screenshot (white on black), and not like in the “Changing the point of view” screenshot (white on black with red/blue fringes). Did I understand it right?
Would you mind if this is correct, trying to lower or raise ever so slightly the G2 and see whether you can notice red/blue fringes appearing in this case?
Otherwise, if you do see red/blue fringes already, would you mind trying lowering or raising the G2 up to the point both disappear when looking at anything white over background in the middle (like text preferably), and when it occurs, is the text then becoming less sharp for you?