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You don't need any tools. It'll probably take you a couple times to get the hang of it and know what you're doing, but it's not hard after that. The main downside of lens changing is that you need to hold the lenses in a way that you're virtually guaranteed to need to clean them immediately after (via microfiber cloth, etc.). If you might be changing lenses daily for some reason, I'd suggest getting a second frame to minimize risk. If rarer -- like just every weekend, or every month -- it's not a big deal.

(1) Yes--the Radar frames take any Radar lens shape.(2) Beware which frames you have. Some like white chrome and polished aluminum can peel when scraped while you change lenses in particular. Changing revolves around pinching the nose piece, then popping the bottom of the frame away from the nose piece. It's easy after that. For the new one, you put the sides in, then the top edge, then deal with the nose piece (reverse order of removal). You can find instructions at Oakley.com and a couple other places on the web:http://oakley.com/customer_service/removal_radar