Despite the objections above I would say to go with surefoot. I have surefoot footbeds in my Dobermann 150's and they are great. They never hurt, rubbed, or caused any fort of pain when breaking in, and they are the most exact representation of your foot that you can get. Also, contrary to what was mentioned above, slight modification of the footbed is possible. I have a very wide forefoot and the geometry/topography of the insert was changed near the middle of my forefoot to keep it from spreading inside the narrow Dobermann shell. The surefoot is also nice because the thickness can be exactly adjusted, as well as diferent compounds for stiffness of the footbed. Mine are only a few millimeters thick in the front and at the heel because of the low volume fit of my boots, but they can be changed to accomodate any size or shape foot and make it fit into almost any size or shape ski boot. Mine were done by David Cardillo in Rochester, NY. He is among the best bot fitters in the country, and i would say that without going to GMOL or a similar shop you will not get better service. All that being said - all feet are different - so i would go to a GOOD boot fitter that offers several types of footbeds/orthotics and see what they feel the best route for you to go is.