A little store called Sunset does a nice job. Upper level of the mall. They hand tune to your specifications. Edges were sharp (for a Western shop.)
Unfortunately I discovered Sunset after getting a very lousy tune at a big name-brand ski shop. (OK to name names?) When I told the guy I wanted a 1/3 he at first didn't understand and then looked at me like I had 2 heads. His $400k automated machine is set to 1.5/1.5 so he'd have to do them manually. The skis came back essentially unskiable. He must have detuned them to death. And I chose him after talking to the ski tech at another store who didn't know the word "bevel." He let me look at his only tool and it was a 1 degree, so I moved on.
It's tough to get a good tune in some places. I'm posting this so others may benefit. And next time I'm in Snowmass I can search Epicski and get it right the 1st time.