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You don't need the super-expensive ones, mine I think are the cheapest, but they still work and if you take care of them they don't really warp.
I'm a huge advocate of rollers and what they do for bike handling and bike form. You cannot stay on rollers and NOT have good balance and NOT be able to hold your line. You will sweat, it will be hard at first, but the learning curve is huge. I would rather ride rollers any day - it's more mentally engaging and the payoff is larger for being able to ride hard and not be all over the road.
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I've heard great things about SportCrafter rollers - I've never seen them myself but based on comments from others as well as what I've seen from some of the other non uber roller companies, that would be my choice for a reasonably priced set.
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