Bob - yes, I saw that, too. But, www.parts.subaru.com has a listing and P/N for a hood deflector, shows a picture of an Outback w/Eyesight sporting a hood deflector, and my dealer (my salesman, Encore-Love rep and service manger) didn't believe Eyesight would have an issue with it.Owners manual states no hood protectors or pretty much anything on the front or the top of the hood with eyesight.
I had a plastic hood protector on my 2002 Toyota Tacoma for 15 years (until I sold it) that never rattled, vibrated, faded or broke. Just my $0.02.Wait a minute - so you pay probably 30k+ (i see at least one limited above) and you want to put a 40$ (or less) plastic part on the hood that vibrates, rattles, fades with time and eventually brakes at the fastner points ??
just my 2 $.01,