M Peterson: It doesn't directly address your question, but for a practical way to get in SiStebbins order from a new deck, you might check out Darwin Ortiz at the Card Table.
S Mills: Each of the stacks has it's strengths, but IMHO, it doesn't matter all that much which one you choose as there are plenty of outstanding non-stack specific routines out there. Many favor Aaronson since so many US pros seem to use it. There are some pretty cool stack specific routines for it's use in the English literature.
Really, though, the key is just to pick one and memorize it. (That, however, is just the first step, as it doesn't become really useful until you are so comfortable with it, it's like breathing. Plus, you need to stay in trim both in your memorization and estimation, which can be tough if you infrequently perform.)