It really amazes me at how much 1 little adjustment can lead to "chaos"....
Short version: left cleat moved/shifted slight back in December, resulting in some slight knee discomfort (no pain). Took a couple weeks before I looked at my shoes and saw that the left cleat moved. Made some slight re-adjustments, and it seemed ok, but wanted to have an experienced fitter-guy take a look. The guy who did my original fit (and custom insoles) lives in Arizona, so that wasn't an option. The new guy said my position was all off (cleats, seat, etc.) and wanted to make some changes.
Moved the seat down and forward about a 1/4" or so, and he moved my cleats back to get my feet a bit more forward. This was very reminiscent of my old position, and all my old aches and pains immediately returned. I put my position and cleats back as close as I could get them, and now I have this issue where my right foot cannot seem to lay "flat" on the footbed of my shoe.
This is becoming severely annoying...to the point where I don't even want to ride my bike. I had planned on doing a 3 hour ride today.....turned into a 1 hour 15 minute ride. My toes seem to want to curl up in the shoe, and my foot won't relax. Anyone ever experience this?