Since no foot is the same, I'd go to a ski specific store and try on as many boots as you can and pick the best ones. You want something that fits well, but isn't too tight or too loose. Then, if you have the money to do so, get custom insoles. Remember, boots do loosen up, so if they feel slightly tight when you first try them, they probably won't after you use them a number of times.
That may or may not have helped. I don't know. Alot of people like the 1080 boots.