I'm still noticing incremental improvements. No stereopsis just yet, but I'm confident that I'll get there, and sooner rather than later. It's super exciting to think about. I'll finally be able to move on with my life--but with a visual system that's a hell of a lot better.
I'm noticing more depth, especially when playing Tomb Raider. Holy crap. When I move the camera around, things pop out right in front of me. It's like it's RIGHT in front of me. And my depth perception is improving on a nearly daily basis.
Anyway, I told the group about this light tube exercise that I fashioned--incorporating side-to-side movement while looking into the tube. Michael told me that he had already been doing something similar, except instead of moving his head side to side, he would move his head in a circular direction. I tried doing that myself, and my vision definitely became double. But after around 40 minutes of that, it went substantially down. I noticed significant improvement simply by making this adjustment. It's one of the reasons I've found it to be super important to have a community.