I'm sort of holding out for the inevitable cataract surgery as an upgrade.
I don't have significant cataracts yet, but I have no reason to expect that I won't. And when I do, and get replacement lenses, I expect better visual acuity than I have now, and hopefully better focal accommodation. There are already various replacement-lens products that offer accommodation; ten or twenty years down the road, I hope much better products will be available.
I briefly considered laser surgery to correct my vision when I was in my late 30s, but I was satisfied with contact lenses. Eventually, as I lost accommodation, I gave them up in favor of bifocal glasses (which serve as trifocals for me -- top for distance, bottom for reading, peer under the lenses or take them off for close-up examination). If I had laser surgery, I'd need to carry reading glasses all the time, probably in more than one strength. What would be the point?
Ah, but if I can regain accommodation -- that changes everything. And, yes, I'd consider invasive surgery to gain that benefit.