Going into shop with a specific brand or model in your mind is one of the worst things you can do to yourself. This is why everyone on here is just saying "go to a boot-fitter". If you get hung up on the idea of an FT or a Salomon or an Atomic or whatever, it actually makes it harder for YOU to find the right boot for YOU. When you go in looking for a boot, you will subconsciously try to make that boot work for you and this will lead to discomfort and pain. Take it from someone who has been fitting boots for over 10 years. I see it all the time.
If you want to find the right boot for you, go into multiple shops and ask for the main boot-fitter to assess your biomechanical needs and take into consideration your expectations. Take notes on what boots worked, which ones were not good, and then go to a different shop and repeat the procedure. Not every shop carries the same boots nor has the same opinions on boot-fitting, so it is good to get a few other opinions before deciding on a boot.
Once you have done this, you will have a good idea of what will work for you. You should then select the boot that fit your foot the best and was the appropriate flex for your needs and wants. When you pick that boot, make sure you also get a good footbed as well. This will ensure that your foot stays happy in that boot while skiing.
If you ignore this advice, that is fine. But you also need to then be ok with your boot potentially causing you pain and you having to spend $300-500 again on new boots to solve the problem.