To find my next chair, I went to a used furniture warehouse and stumbled upon this bad boy made by, and I'm not making this up, SitOnIt Seating. Retail price for this chair was also ~$800 but I paid $40. The depreciation on used office furniture is brutal.
Shampooing wasn't the only thing I did. As it came, the armrests were too far forward and they hit my desk. I was prepared to do some major surgery to fix this, but I realized I could just switch sides so they would angle backward instead of forward.
I got to use all three outlets on the splitter I recently added to my retractable cord reel to power the Dremel, light, and Shop Vac simultaneously. I also placed a steel plate under wherever I was grinding to avoid cutting the mesh. The end result is a chair that is now custom fit to me and is working great.