Yeah, feet are so different from person to person... Shop around, and find a boot that feels good, and has the right flex for you. If you have the budget for it, go to a boot fitter, get some custom footbeds, and get the shells tweaked to perfection (punched). I think boots are the most important piece of equipment I own! I'm in my boots for about 200 plus days a year, so comfort is definately key! It's no fun when your boots suck or don't fit well! It's worth the extra coin to keep yourself on the slopes instead of sitting at home with shinbang and bone spurs! I sport the Atomic Beta Ride 10.50 boots, and I love em for park and big mtn. Great flex, huge toe box, and the cuffs are asymetric (uneven) to fit your shin properly. Definately try a pair on when your looking around!