Had to start a new thread because in this forum I can't reply to existing threads[ thats fine]
What a bunch of jerky answers to a simple question. I'm sure you guys are great boot fitters, but maybe thats not the case where the original poster lives. Is a little advice going to kill you,with the caveat your taking a chance ordering online.
This advice comes from 20+ years PSIA level 3 and 25+ years as a Nastar Pacesetter
Identify your foot type ie wide narrow med. look at boots that have widths in your parameters 99mm generally equals narrow
Ask some of the guys in the Park what they like and why, I've talked to them on chair rides, they're not just all guys that are dressed funny catching big air :) might even be able to steer you toward a shop.
Ski magazine tests boots every year and does a good job describing fit, check into it.
Above all else if the shop you deal with cops an attitude, find a new shop
Fully prepared to catch grieve on this,also I realize peoples tolerances are thin toward the end of the season.