Understand. Don't want to introduce major time management crisis. Point is, most folks have them fit the evening before, pick them up in the am, go ski, come back at 4 to have them tweaked again, if need be. Repeat as necessary.
The place I was kidding about is Start Haus, it's not very far from Squaw, I'd guess about 20 minutes, and it really has some very first rate professionals, many of whom post here, rather than the usual well-intended college kids that tend to populate stores near where we live. I have dealt with one of them personally several times and am totally satisfied with the outcomes. You might PM Phil or Sierra Jim here to get their take on your boots. Another thing to think about is that after 8 and a half years (the 06 models were molded in spring 05, y'see), boot plastic can degrade some, liners pack out big time, and certainly the designs have evolved. They might be able to hook you up with a new pair at a great early season price, and then you get all the tweaks for free.
But be that as it may, for sure, go with whatever works best for you.