I recently had my saddle and seat post stolen, which sent me into a research frenzy. I discovered ISM's noseless saddles, which are apparently tricky to position correctly. This lead me to realize that I might as well get a proper bike fitting while I'm at it.
I've found the following fitters in San Francisco:
http://www.roaringmousecycles.com/fit - $250, BodyGeometry Bike Fit, "Master BG FIT technician certification from Specalized [their typo!] BG FIT"
http://mikesbikes.com/articles/bg-pr...ikes-pg711.htm - $250, "BG Pro 3D Video FIT Session with Master Certified Fit Technician" (seems to be the same Specialized cert as above?)
http://www.bespokecyclessf.com/fittings.html - $275, Retul fitting session
http://www.3dbikefit.com/3Dvideo_fit_details.html - $285, 3D BG Video Fit
Roaring Mouse and Mike's both seem to have the same Specialized certification. 3D seems to include the Specialized video tool along with other steps (or they may just write better ad copy). They also have an appealing $195 fit.
All of these fitters have been mentioned on threads here or elsewhere, but always anecdotally ("I received great service from X"). Given the similar costs, how should I choose which shop/fitter to visit?