Definitely get thee down to the LBS and get yourself fitted for the aerobars.
I got fitted for my road position and then went back to get my aerobars done - what I thought was a simple fit turned out to be a couple of hours adjusting, tweaking and moving! We changed the length, width, pad angle, aerobar angle and probably a couple of other things that I can't remember. Then we tweaked the seatpost and saddle fore-aft and nose angle to get a decent position - I actually found a better road position out of it too!
Don't get fitted too aggressively at first, get a more comfortable fit and then adjust as necessary. I've lowered the aerobars a touch (took out a spacer) since my last fitting but that's about it. If you're fit right, your TT position should be relatively stable - the handling will be a little twitchy at first but you get used to it. The only problem is changing gears.
If you do end up getting a TT bike, then make sure you get a really good fit.
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