Well, since it as my suggestion to post here, I'll give you a couple old threads to look through for some suggestions:
John Halley uses Innov8 Terroc 390's .
This thread talks a lot about the Keen Growlers.
If you get a subscription, you can also sheck out
this article by Will Rietveld , which has lots of good ideas.
If you do a search, you'll find lots of other threads...most extolling the virtues of Goretex socks, VBLs, and (to a lesser extent) overboots.
Like I said in the other thread, I've used TNF Storm Peaks for the past 2 winters, and am planning on using the same pair this winter. I've probably got over 1000 miles on them, and they're still holding up...although they do have quite a bit of Shoe-Goo on them. They aren't water-proof, but they keep your feet warm, and if combined with Goretex socks (or VBLs when below 0 F), they're ideal for my needs. For winter "hiking", I like them a lot.
For "climbing", not so much. I wear them with the Kahtoola KTS crampons sometimes, but mostly with snowshoes or Microspikes. If I foresee the need for lots of crampon work, my mountaineering boots come out.