Also wearing glasses here. The F100 has nicest viewfinder of my Nikons (FE and D200), it's very comfortable. Not as good as the F3hp (which I resisted buying in the end because I thought it was too redundant and too heavy/bulky). The F100 will give you access to shooting with G lenses (the ones without aperture rings), which is quite nice and means you can use the latest & the greatest from Nikon if you wish. The Tokina 11-16 makes a decent ultra-wide bargain for 35mm imho (if you can live with unsharp corners, not so good for landscapes but perfectly fine for that near-far + distortion effect).