I just got back from a long walk (two hours). It was on my mind about how different my vision is now, compared to how it was before. Like, even looking around, switching my gaze from one object to another. I'm now able to keep the double images on top of each other all of the time.
It's not true for every angle. For instance, I still have diplopia when looking down. And even with normal looking around, the diplopia is still constant. Even looking at the screen as I type this, I have constant diplopia, but the double images are now on top of one another. It is a little weird, because it's almost like two worlds laid on top of one another. One is bobbing around a little. But it is far less distracting than it used to be. It's so nice to know that my eyes are basically working the way they should and that my brain is know being told that it no longer needs to suppress.
It's quite nice.