Have tried dozens of boots, and could not find good quality mids that fit and would keep my feet dry. So went to so-so quality with GTX liners - NB Country Walkers(gasp!).
Mostly leather with a fabric bellows tongue area that can be protected with gaiters, much less clammy then proprietary WPBs like Keene, and they fit my screwy feet. With the 5/32" avg. tread and so-so quality, they will wear out quickly and have to be replaced, but meet the basics needs for comfortable fit, dryness when the leather is kept treated and used with gaiters, and not too clammy. Had to sacrifice traction and durability, though.
You are lucky if you are one of those whose feet fit most boots. Then you have much better choices. But suggest avoiding the many ones that have fabric that extend far enough outside the tongue area to not be coverable by gaiters. Every mesh fabric boot I've tried that allows rain to pour directly on the outer, leaks in heavy rain no matter what WPB liner is used. Danner uses fabric that is heavier and not mesh, and works OK with regular DWR treatment, but the boots are heavy. So now that there are very light leather boots, I've gone back to leather.