I've been to several bike shops over the years, and this was the first time I've had a great experience. I was helped over the phone initially, and was given advice to help me try and fix a tire myself, which I thought was very nice that they took the time to explain things to me so I wouldn't have to bring it in. When I ended up coming in to have them take a look at it, my tire was fixed and I was out the door in 10 minutes. Great service, nice people, and I will probably never go to another bike shop as long as they are around.
Seat Angle Is Important, Too - One of the simplest seat adjustments is angling the seat slightly up or down. But, never set the nose more than three degrees lower (women often prefer slightly tipped-down seats) or higher (men often prefer slightly tipped-up seats) than parallel. Rest a straightedge on the saddle's top while making adjustments so you can gauge the amount you're tipping it and keep it within the three-degrees range. If you tip it further, you risk discomfort -- even injury.