We're looking too, and have tried several.
We saw Dr. Loftus and had a bad experience with a prescription. Not entirely his responsibility, but we were ready for a change just the same.
Forget anyone at BCM. The staff is horrid and has been for over a decade. The staff has an 'it's not my job' attitude, and an implied 'you're lucky to be a patient here, do as I say' attitude. We quit Victor Rivera years ago because of this. Thought we'd go back and try George Hutton, but the staff hasn't changed. It's a shame too, because these doctors are highly regarded. But their staff is too much of a hassle, and the last thing MS patients need is more stress!
We tried Staley Brod at UT, and again another washout. He seemed more interested in his research than his patients. We were just there for his student interns to learn about MS, not to get good treatment. Sometimes he wouldn't even show up in the examination room. He'd send in some greenhorn that knew less about MS than the patient!
We used to see Annette Howard, and we love her. Best bedside manner we've ever seen. Her treatment of preference is steroids, so I'm not sure if she is your match.
I'd like to comment on steroid treatment. Our experience has been that it's a good thing in lower doses at early stages of MS. My wife always had a love-hate relationship with Prednisone, but the benefits outweighed the side effects in the early years of her treatment. Later on, the large IV dosages became intolerable and less effective.