So, yesterday I went skiing for the first time this year. My wife has been after me to get a helmet and I have been putting it off. Not because I don't want one.....I just like to do my research, read reviews, talk to people etc. Well, on Saturday night we decided to go skiing with my boss and her husband on Sunday. I was going to run out to my local ski shop and pick up a helmet.....but I decided to put it off (since I had not done my "research" yet). I thought to myself, I have been skiing a hundred times, nothing is going to happen if I go one more time with no helmet. On my 5th run down the mountain I end up falling and smacking the back if my head. My goggles fly off my head in one direction and my hat goes in a different direction. It was very scary as I hit my head so hard I was seeing stars. Once I gathered myself (and told everyone who stopped that I was alright) I headed to the base of the mountain and called it a day. On the drive home my neck started to stiffen but I still felt alright. Had some dinner when we got home, surfed the web for a bit then hit the sack. When I woke up this morning I could not lift my head under my own power (very scary). I had to roll to my side and push myself up. To wrap up my story, I went to to Doc today and after a series of tests I have numerous strained muscles in my neck and a mild concussion. So I need a helmet and I have a pair of Airbrakes. Does anyone have any fitment issues with ant particular make of helmet with their goggles? I am leaning towards the Giro brand. At this point I am leaning towards buying a helmet and fitting goggles to it, rather then the opposite. I thought I would seek some feedback from you since it will be a few weeks before I ski again.