I have found steve's advice very helpful and I continue to use his site to help answer my questions regarding cycling however, I'm not just comfortable at all with paying $260 to having someone video fit me via youtube. I really am just not ok with that.
Aside from that I do appreciate the insight and time it must have taken to actually read my last response and think critically about it before just spouting out pay steve a shit ton of money to video fit you.
Moving forward now a variety of little tests and subsequent outdoor rides seem to continually be point to my right hip dropping and that leg being short. It seems that an inability to get that leg "evened out" in proportion to the reach and level of function of the left most likely is the root cause of my issues.
-Saddle farther forward with NO change in seat height, right leg feels slightly more in control with saddle hurting less, right knee straightens out and dives less
-Saddle moved back with NO change to seat height, right leg starts to "wobble", dives in and generally not in control
-Right cleat moved forward *toward toes* seat height and fore/aft at middle position prior to other movement, leg more in control -again and basically same results as saddle forward
-Right cleat moved back *toward heel* "rest same as above" leg wobbles again and dives, identical to saddle moved back
Basically in all of these cases when I decrease the "length or reach" that my right leg must go it feels and tracks better. The opposite is true as well, increasing leg reach starts to cause a loss of control
In addition, during this whole time the left leg is fully able to reach throughout the pedal stroke.
Also, tested saddle height with Hogg's method of riding up a hill to feel for a "stepping sensation" as opposed to a smooth continual circle and guess what?
The left one is fine and the right one is on a ladder >_< Also, saddle pain once again localized to only the left side which seems to be where it would be if following through with the short right side hypothesis
Looks like the leg length plate might be the best option here....