I would definitely not spend a bunch of money on a full set of clubs at this point.
On the other hand, you also don't want to learn and continue to develop your game on a sh*tty set (i.e., BENT!!). I can only imagine the compensations you're making just to hit the ball straight! That's actually quite impressive.
I would also suggest getting fitted at this point. A good pro should be able to get you decent pricing (if they're cool) and most importantly help you build a set based on your current game strengths and the absolutely necessities (e.g., definitely not every wedge under the sun). Then you can add to it as your game progresses. Of course this doesn't address your original question of where and I'm zero help there, not knowing the area. Perhaps ask around locally?
To echo Smurf, I've always had good luck with the preowned Callaways and often pros have some good contacts.
Finally, I would highly recommend investing in a couple of lessons early on - if you've not already done so. Particularly for an ex-baseball player. As a former softball player (because yes, I'm a girl and we can't play real sports like baseball and the real sports we play we play inferiorly) I initially learned on my own and would always revert back to a really flat swing. It took me a while to unlearn some of that. Although you said you hit your irons well, which is always my issue.
Anyway, you will get a ton of advice but if you're really serious about learning the game, I'd start with a fitting and a couple of lessons. Good luck!