The new super engineered computerized 3-D fitting system out there called Retul is making a splash. The dedicated riders I know all swear by it. The hobbyists think it's probably a good system, but that dropping $250 for a fitting is bs.
Personally, I'm tempted to get a fitting because I'm reasonably sure my fit is out of whack. If I had to guess, I'd say my seat is too high making my handle bars too low in relation. I've been toying with optimizing via trial and error. Retul will solve my issue, but do I really want to drop $250 just to quickly fix what I may be able to tweak into place over time?
It's not like I race. I pretty much just commute. Granted it's a 60 mile R/T commute that I like to do as fast as I can. So, in a way it is a race. lol. The effects of poor bike position for me is therefor not insignificant. But, is fixing it worth that much cash.
Anyone out there have experience riding after Retul?