I was a member at Metter for about 7 years and followed their monthly policy to the letter. When they increased the price to an outrageous level, I complained. Their response was that 'people were abusing the policy' and when I said I hadn't, management pretty much dared me to leave, which I did. When I went there initially, Refinery and the new Y did not yet exist. In short, there are much better high-end places in town now, and many no-frills places. I now belong to a cheap place, and while I do miss some things about Mettler, I don't miss feeling taken advantage of. Some pieces of equipment were there the entire 7 years I was a member. At the no-frills place, new equipment appears regularly. I also found high turnover in the floor staff at Mettler, and they definitely had 'favorite' members (meaning you could wait for them to finish their conversations when you needed help). I'd look around before going to Mettler. There are better places out there.