I was in "Acuvue Oasys" (lol, nice homonym marketing or whatever), supposedly the best moisture retainment material circa 4 years ago, and my eyes were still throwing tantrums. My mind is also blown to hear stories of sleeping in contact lenses. Got mine when I was about 13, and my eyes tolerated them for a decade, and that was with daily removal, scrubbing, soaking, and re-cleansing (in that order), for the entirety of the time I used contacts. I loved them, but it was clearly a one-sided relationship.
Staring at a computer screen, as per my job requirements, killed the potential use of contacts as soon as it became a 6+ hour commitment. They seemed to be magnifying the dryness of my eyes, and I didn't appreciate looking stoned at work. I never did teach myself to blink more often, which might have solved the problem.
Still, I preferred contacts to glasses heavily. When my field of view is 100% of its natural range, as opposed to being constricted to a couple of literal windows, that's a functional advantage.
And that's why I got my eyes lazed.