The new full tilt booters, or Salomon SPKs, but in the end its all about what fits you the best and what you are most comfortable in, dont buy online before you have been fitted in a store, because you could get screwed by getting a boot that isnt comfortable and isnt the right size for you.
Picking a boot based on your friends recommendations is like picking a brain surgeon based on how he repaired your buddies knee.
The foot has 26 bones, and each foot has more then 1600 points of difference, and less then 600 points of similarity. Every boot is different. From the heel pocket, to the last width... instep height, to the cuff height...liners to the toe box. A good bootfitter will be able to listen to the type of skiing you do (or want to do), look at your foot, run some tests, and pair you with the right boot for the job.
Don't just base it on what the pros ride. When you're there you will no longer have to ask.
Goodluck my friend.
go to some local ski shops and try on boots and find a boot that fits u good and then look for deals online csoue alot fo times ski shops are hella expensive
thats just my 2 cents...