I got my 195s from theclymb. Unfortunately the clymb tends to only put up older model shoes/colors (hence the discount) so it's unlikely you'll find new models of shoes to try. Not a major issue except I'm in the market for trailrocs or the latest lightweight crop of roclites.
However the worse part is their wait. I took several weeks to get my flites from theclymb. Their business model is that they take pre-orders rather than selling stock on hand. So they fill up a pre-order, place that order with the company. The company then fills/makes the products and ships to theclymb, which then has to receive inventory before shipping to you. All those steps happen after they charge your card...it's great for them and they pass on the savings to customers, however it leaves me uneasy with customer support should I need to return a product that doesn't fit (which I haven't needed to do yet but that's a function of my diligence in product research more than the generic size charts they provide). Also their shipping is kind of expensive which eats away at much of the "savings." Aside from climbing ropes I don't find the discounts quite worth the peace of mind or inconvenience of using the site when nearly equivalent sales can be often had from other retailers with better return policies and shipping prices (zappos, backcountry, campsaver, rei).