Hi everyone! I'm moving to a city without an ice rink, so I'm hoping to switch to inline skating. I currently have secondhand inlines that don't fit very well. On those, I can do forward and backward skating, two-foot hops and forward crossovers (sorta), and have made semi-successful attempts at mohawks, spirals, lunges and backward crossovers. On ice, I was just starting salchows. What I want to get out of the inlines: 1. Being able to do all of the above moves, plus potentially waltz jumps, three turns and spreadeagles. I'd like to be able to eventually skate like this girl: http://www.youtube.com/user/cparkluver - not fancy in terms of jumps and spins, but so fast and graceful (but not in a bikini. If she falls - ooooooow!) 2. Some general stroll-skating along bike trails. Complicating factor: I have quite flat feet, so most skates' ankle straps don't strap down snugly over the join between my ankle and foot. It's kind of hard to explain, but you know how some people's feet kind of have an incline joining their foot and ankle. In mine, it's basically a 90 degree angle! Also, my feet aren't very tall, by which I mean - gross example warning - if I trod on a nail, for example, it wouldn't have to be very long to go all the way through my foot. The inline that seems most able to accommodate this is the Rollerblade Tempest 90W, described as "low profile". However, since my feet are also really small, I'm worried that 90mm wheels would be relatively very big and negatively affect maneuverability. My feet are only 23cm (9 inches) long, so 4 x 90mm wheels would presumably extend at least 14cm (almost 6 inches) out the front and/or back! Mainly my questions are: 1. When people say "performance" inlines (eg. this is a category on Rollerblade site), do they mean this sort of low-level artistic footwork I want to do? 2. Are 4 x 90mm wheels going to be super long and unwieldy on a 23cm foot? 3. Does anyone know if any companies make boot/wheel combos geared toward smaller/flatter feet? The problem is that smaller wheels/wheel frames seem to be associated with more beginner/lower impact styles, whereas I want to hopefully get the more fitness/performance geared boots, but with wheels proportionate to my foot size rather than massive wheels on a really small foot/boot. Thanks for any help you can give! I know this isn't strictly an inline skating website, but the only one I could find won't let new members join. Any advice, or directions to a site that might have people who are specifically into inlines, would be hugely appreciated!