Tints do make a lot of difference for me too, these days all prescription glasses I'm buying from Gunnars cause of the Amber tint (also it costs half price than buying from the optometrists I visit in US).
I have 2 prescription pairs (both have blue light blocking and anti reflex), one of them is even from BVD doctor with vertical prism. I had re-made them by Gunnars (same prescription, different tint) and they are lot better than the non tinted ones.
I do not think blue light matters to me tho. Flux does not help at all. FL41 glasses did not help either
I've tried different colors like green, purple and clear blue light blockers, they did not make any difference for me
orange/uvex, yellow/amber or polarized sunglasses do make a difference
I'm not affected by flicker.
I can't tolerate any glare at this point, even on a book.
I'm not affected by night driving, nor using the computer in dark room, I even feel like on a cloudy days or evenings the computer became easier to use, as there is less glare.
I also have lot of floaters in one eye, but had them before my problem started.
So just saying I think tints help me as they decrease glare + not noticing the floaters in case that might matter too