I would recommend the Dalbello Krypton Pro. I have been in them for two years now and they rule. They come with two tongues. Stiff and medium. If you race a little it would be nice to throw in the stiff ones. Med. for park.
They also come with two zeppas (bootboards...) soft and rigid. If you are gonna be doing more freeskiing throw the soft ones in. Never had a problem with bruised heels or anything like that.
I have found that the Krypton Pro with ID liner is much nicer than Full Tilts. The intuition liner you get is the nicest liner on the market. Hands down.
The flex to a Dalbello is also one of the most consistent flexes I have ever found in a boot. My last Tecnicas would flex a little then feel like they hit a brickwall. The progressive flex of the Dalbello gets stiffer at the end of the flex. The more you drive them, the more they give back.
The dynalink heel buckle also rules. Unrivaled heel retention from that thing. So nice in fact that I hardly even strap the lower buckle.
You should go to your local dealer and check a pair out. Stand in them for a bit because right off the bat the liners don't feel too awesome. They are pretty stiff, but as you stay in them and warm them up they just feel better and better. Hope this helps.
Always remember to check the two finger fit!