The Aurora lenses are great, they work very well in all conditions and are impressive in flat light. However, I had a problem with them as water sneaked in between the lenses, and it left water marks. That is not supposed to happen and I could exchange them very easily. I still have to ski with the new goggles so I don't know if that problem is fixed. I have had Bolle goggles for 20 years now and I never had a problem, so I imagine/hope that's a one-time issue.
One thing I have had trouble with during the purchase was that it is very hard to picture how the lenses look like. I debated a long time between the Aurora and the Vermillion Gun lenses. I had old Bolle Vermillion Gun lenses that had a mirror coating so people could not see your eyes. I loved them and I wanted to select something similar, but it seemed to me the new Vermillion Gun lenses are not 100% reflective anymore. I don't know if that's true only on pictures but I decided not to select them (also because they transmit 22% of light, compared to 45% for the Aurora lenses and I ski quite a light in flat light). So I picked the Aurora lenses. They don't have a mirror coating but still look very nice.