Thanks for the reply, just to give you a baseline I'm currently skiing in a 2007 Nordica Hot Rod (flex 115). I had to have the instep stretched on both boots and have the outside of the forefoot widened slightly on the left boot (my left foot is slightly wider and longer), the right boot has a thin paper spacer under the liner. I also had new custom footbeds made when I purchased the boots. My previous boots had 3-4 degrees of canting (sole planing) in the right boot while the left had .5 degrees. I should mention also that my previous custom footbeds in these boots were really were poorly fitted and contributed to the canting issues. I haven't done any canting yet on the new Hot Rods, still working on the fit and seriously considering the Fischers. My foot width is just on the wide side of medium, very high instep, high arches, I'm not sure how to judge toes but I would guess medium to long? I have a duck walk stance, more so my right foot, which i can turn around completely backwards! I'm guessing I have a narrow heel and ankle, I always have alot of movement in that area no matter what boot I'm in. I also have fairly large calf muscles. I'm 5' 10", 215-220 lbs, ski hard most of the time and do some recreational racing. I want performance but comfort is very important. With the duck walk problem in my right foot, I get a lot of pain and pressure in my little toe and the area just behind and into the outer forefoot area (I think they call this the sixth toe?) from my foot being forced into the outside of the shell. On my previous boots I had this area punched out but it only added to the problem as I had more movement in that area and more pressure. Both feet experience some cramping in the arches and numbness. Other than some serious sprains I've never really had any injurys to my foot and ankle. I did however have a serious injury to my pelvis and hip. If you have any advise, I would appreciate it. I'm hoping the Fischers may be the answer but from what I'm reading fit could be a problem fit?