I used Dailies AquaComfort Plus for years with good success. Switching from monthly to daily contacts was a huge step up in comfort, convenience and less issues if I forgot to take them out. Hell, I've even slept in them and wore them the next day with no issue. I used my last pair as a monthly for better than month (removed and cleaned over night, once or twice with the hydrogen peroxide cleaner for additional cleaning) leading up to my surgery so I wouldn't have to buy more.
That said, I did lasik ~5 year ago and it is the 2nd best decision* I ever made. Plus, mine has a LIFETIME WARRANTY. If my distance ever starts to fade they will touch it up, free of charge. All I have to do is get an annual check up at my normal Optometrist.
Yes, it's a big financial commitment up front, but there are options to help with that. Look into FSA and HSAs to spread out the financing. I used my FSA to reimburse $2550 of my costs and paid that back $49.04 per week over the next year, tax free which saved about $600 in taxes IIRC.
Please, for the love of humanity and safety of your eyes, do not even look into places advertising a few hundred dollars per eye or whatever. Mine totaled $3600 (7 years of daily contacts) and I don't bat an eye telling everyone it was worth every penny. In addition, they gave me two $500 off coupons to give to others.
Here is where I had mine done and if you're ever down in Ohio and in the area, I highly recommend them. Dr. Robert Wiley has quite a few innovations and patents regarding ophthalmology and eye surgery, interesting read on what all he has been involved in and the firsts that he has accomplished. His son, Dr. William Wiley has taken over the practice and is right there with him at the forefront of innovation in the field.
*first being the helmet I purchased and wore when I had a sport bike as it literally saved my life with only minor damage to it.