Could not agree more, get fitted! IMO it is all about driver shaft length, weight, flex point, stiffness, and the feel of a firm or soft tip. After that, swing weight and total weight of the club. After that, the club head loft, face neutral open or closed, and eventually lie angle come in to play I think once you get those figured out you could throw any brand head on the end and you will have good results assuming you have a workable swing. There are a lot of options out there for a fitting, big box store, club pro, local club fitter, wishon fitter etc. IMO the latter ones will deliver a more elaborate fitting based on more than just 20 minutes on a swing monitor as they will normally include range time and the viewing of ball flight vs just numbers. Good luck, it's worth the time and effort!