I found out through a few searches that David Orr, a certified Edel Putter/Wedge/Aimpoint guy is about an hour drive from me, and comes highly recommended. I have been pinching a few pennies and hiding some lunch money in order to get a Scotty Cameron Newport 2.6, but I've become increasingly interested in getting a custom fit putter, since I want to become a better putter and was researching taking an aimpoint course, which is where I ran across David Orr.
I have contacted him about getting fit for an Edel Putter instead of buying the 2.6. I have been told that the price is similar, and I figure that you can't beat a custom built putter designed around the way you see straight instead of an off the shelf Cameron. It'll probably be a couple weeks until I can break away to get up to see him, but I'm thinking that as someone who averages 34 putts per round, the right putter and the Aimpoint course could be another step (along with finally getting a driver fitting) to me breaking into the 70's.