Thanks to the Zoot, Orbea, Zipp, and Get A Grip Cycles I have an awesome new bike to race on this year.
If you are in the market for a new Road, TT, or Mountain bike, check out Orbea's Made to Order program. It allows you to customize your bike to include the components (frame, bars, stem, group, crank, seat post, seat and wheels) you want instead of having to settle for standard build package. Then you print out a list of exactly what you want and take it to a local bike shop (like Get A Grip Cylces) and then order it from Orbea. For people like me (i.e. very picky) this is a great option. Trek also has a similar but even more customizable program (you can request custom paint jobs, bar tape and cable housing colors). More bike companies need to get the hint and make programs like this and offer them on multiple levels of bikes.
In the past I have mostly self fit myself with videos and help from teammates. Even though my position still looks the same It's amazing what a difference a CM adjustment here or there can make. The one thing I have learned over the last few years is the fit is what makes a bike. The best TT bike in the world is useless if you can't stay in the aerobars or put out power on it. Also, make sure your fitter knows your goals as the fit will change. GAG takes time to take your measurements including flexibility and then discuss your goals with you, prior to starting the fitting process on a fit cycle.
And a picture of the road bike since I cleaned it up a little this year as well.