Second that. Boogieman is the way forward. I suppose they're not on the list since they're not American.
I like the way they measure you - you put on a "template" suit, and they measure how much they need to take in / let out at what points. It's so much more likely to fit when it's been made. Also the build quality is awesome, as is the styling. Best excuse I've ever had to spend all day just hanging around the DZ, pretending to look cool.
Find someone local that makes a good suit. Then you have measuring "in person", they likely know how you fly, likely even more willing to do clever and interesting patterns, quicker delivery, etc etc etc etc
I got my Boogieman suit last month. The fit and style are superb. They are not cheap, I paid 380 Euros but I am very happy with how the suit performs (I'm still adapting to having to fly stronger than with my Flitesuit). The Sonic suits are also nice and slightly cheaper but the style of Boogieman suits sets them apart (for me anyway).
Boogieman. I tried 3 or 4 suits, and have seen pretty much everything on the market over the course of a year or so. In the end, the ones i liked best were Sonic, Ouragan and Boogieman
Ouragan - really nice but WAY overpriced, and do not last any better than the other two Sonic - Good, not too expensive, Bogieman - No faults whatsoever, hardwearing, some good features and nice styling too - and Fabien is a good guy who will work closely with you to get you what you want.