How important is boot size in a dry suit? I've got a 10-10.5 shoe size. I tried an Apollo suit on size L. The suit fit perfect, the boots felt a little big (the size chart for Apollo says boot size is 28/30 11-12). Shouldn't I add a size anyway for thermal socks so those would be about perfect? Essentially what I'm asking, is having boots that are a size or two too big that big a deal? I heard people have had boot sizes changed on stock size suits, is that usually because the boots are too small as you can't wear a boot that is too small but you can wear one that is a bit too big. I having trouble deciding between an Apollo drysuit ($995, rear zipper, dump valve on shoulder) versus a Diving Concepts Pinnacle that is being sold as pre-owned, but is actually unused but the boots are size 31, dump valve is on the forearm and feels awkward (not use to feeling the dumpvalve on my arm I guess), has front entry zipper, and has the DC Dry Glove system - bonus: warm hands, but added point of failuer for drysuit flood. Probably can get it for $900. It's a lot more suit for the money as I believe DC suits are pretty pricey? But I'm concerned about the boots being too big and going from a shoulder dump to a forearm dump - it really seems like the forearm dump will be uncomfortable on my small arms when I'm not wearing that thick of undergarment. Input appreciated.