UPDATE - EDIT
Thanks for all the responses. I have decided to go ahead with the excellent one-person-shop mechanic who charges $80 per hour, as opposed to the large bike shop with the generally less experienced and often changing mechanics.
2 years ago a "boutique" bike shop opened up about 1 mile from me. I got to know the single-person shop owner a bit, and had him do some work on my bike. His style is when you bring in the bike he goes over every single thing on the bike, talking about safety, etc., and makes recommendations to fix anything not perfect or at least near perfect.
I have been happy with his work, BUT, today I dropped by on my mtn bike to ask about some repairs to my two road bikes. My "utility road bike" has a rear wheel that when you apply the brake it goes "Click - click - click" at the speed of the wheel rotation, and I suspect a bent rim on a 2 year old wheel. The Lemond needs, at a minimum, a middle chain ring, a new chain and a pulley in the rear der.
So, if I take the bikes into the shop, I am looking at a rather large bill - especially as he may find other things that he thinks need fixing in the name of "safety," - making it hard to say "no."
There is another bike shop just a couple of miles away that I used to use - much more of a general bike shop and much larger. I have had work done there before, and sometimes I was pleased and a couple of times I was not. They changed ownership and managers, and I think things have settled down.
I paid $285 for the Windsor several years back - mail order, and I assembled it myself. The Lemond is a 1999.
So, what say you about $80 per hour - an increase from $60/hr? The guy does excellent work, and he caters to a community of average family income above $130,000 (far above mine - but everything I own is paid for). He has an avid and loyal clientele. He worked with me quite a bit last year in getting my Lemond to a much better fit, and it is a much more enjoyable ride.
To the inevitable chorus of "Do it yourself" - please just forget responding that way. If I "did it myself" I would make such a mess that it would cost me double to have my errors fixed, and, besides, I hate it.
Thanks for any thoughts.