I have this issue with both the Quattro and the UltraMirage. I never thought my eyes were particularly close-set, but when I wake up the edge of the mask is often literally in my eye on the right and nearly so on the left. There isn't enough room between the side of my nose and the corner of my eye for the width of the edge of either mask. No, I'm not cross-eyed, and yes, even I am having a little trouble picturing this description
It takes just the barest fraction of a millimeter for the edge to be in the corner of my eye instead of on my face. I also think having the mask sitting on my face, and the fairly taut straps running across my cheeks and forehead, might interrupt the flow of fluid in the tissues, causing some facial edema.
Anyway, the only thing that has resolved it consistently for me is using the Nasal Aire II mask. I have NO eye swelling, bags, or soreness when I use it; the difference is really remarkable. In fact, if I have to go somewhere the next day (I work at home, so don't have to go out to work each day), I make a point of using the NA II so my face looks normal in the morning. The headgear is loose (so loose that it's an issue for a lot of NA II users), and since it's not really a mask but a nasal cannula setup, it doesn't constrict the facial tissues at all.
It's not a perfect solution all the way around (no mask I've tried yet has been), but it absolutely resolves the face and eye swelling issues for me. Incidentally, I have some nasal problems, too, and usually can breathe out of only one nostril (which one tends to vary depending on which side I'm lying on), and it is no problem with the NA II. Apparently enough air can get in via one naris (which, by the way, is the singular of nares, not "nare") to keep my airway splinted open. I also consistently have a zero leak rate and an AHI of less than 0.10 when using the NA II, which I don't achieve with the Quattro or the UltraMirage.