I've been turning for a little over a year now and while I always use a face shield (Bionic face shield), I don't always use a respirator/dust mask. (For a long time, I sanded with the oil/wax mixture to keep dust at bay. I use my dust collector as well.) Now that I'm changing up my sanding methods, I always wear a dust mask. I wear glasses and I am having a horrible time with my glasses fogging up. I went to a mask that has a vent in it, and while it helps keep my glasses from fogging, it tends to fog up my face shield. So frustrating, not to mention dangerous. When the fog starts to build up, I can't see where my tool is cutting. I'd love to purchase one of these "TREND AIR/PRO Airshield and Faceshield Dust Protector" helmets, but there's no way I can swing that hefty price tag. (Once I start getting better and can even sell some of my pieces, maybe.) I've heard some people use the "dust bee gone" masks, but that they're hit or miss. Does any "glasses-wearing" turners have any other suggestions or am I just doing what everyone else does? Are there any other decent masks/products that work well but won't break my budget?