i would like to get fitted for my wedges, but there aren't many (if any) places near me that will do it for a reasonable price. if you can get fitted and try some different options, that is definitely the way to go.
i'm not an expert and it depends on how you use it, but that's not very much bounce on your Gap wedge. with it bent to 49*, your bounce is down to 5. most likely, that what you like the best (I do too), but i just read an article where Bob Vokey said virtually all amateurs use too little bounce. so i'm thinking of trying more bounce on my next wedge. but if i get fitted, then i would know for sure.