^ good idea.
I was looking into Banshee Pros the end of this past season, along with Solly Falcons(I had owned Falcons in the past). I thought they would be similar fit to the falcons, but they feel different. They have a massive toe box..I mean I understand Lange not putting a race tight toe crunching toe box, but this just felt sloppy(like massize swollen fat toes). It's not the worst thing ever, but that(and the odd flex of the Banshees) kept me from buying them. Note that Langes flex scale seems softer than most. I ended up getting Falcon CS Pros, and the second choice was Rossi 120s(White boots, 120 flex, also come in a 110 flex). Couldn't be happier with the CS Pros, but they are stiffer than Banshee Pros(which Lange rates 135) so maby you should look into Falcon CS or Falcon Gun(Guns are cheaper and have a rubber bootboard) or Falcon 9 from a few years back. Good luck!
Yeah I don't blame you, they are pretty stiff. There is also the Falcon 10(110) Falcon gun(95) and Falcon 9/CS(90) that are all the same shell fit. there seems to be a big gap from 10s to guns though, which I think is what you were looking to fill. The only thing that comes to mind is Krypton Pros. Get them over Il Moro's(I owned Moros and realize that K Pros probably make more sense..). They have a slightly higher instep than falcons, slightly wider heel, and slightly bigger toe box(so wider-skinnier-wider pretty much). They are worth trying, and luckily the thick shell can take alot of boot work(you can sand some away if you want, like widening the instep if you are flat footed). FTs fit tighter throughout than Dalbellos, so I never really had a chance with them(I am flat footed=arch painnnn escpecially while hiking). If you get Kryptons, you MUST get a GOOD THICK footbed imo to make them work well though(because the lowest part of the boot that touches your shin is higher than most boots, which is why some people get shinbang, and because the stock footbed is nearly flat, another cause of shin bang). I recommend Sole Softec Ultra.