1 actually stay dry and warm without sweating out etc, they are rated down to working in cold storage at -24c so for most skiing they have all the bases covered.
2 are not that cumbersome and allow you to grip poles etc with greater dexterity than any ski glove I have owned.
3 They cost me £3 a pair and I buy them in packs of 5 so I does not matter if I loose one.
For the spring and summer I use dickies leather chainsaw gloves with the velcro cuff that cost about £10 a pair to buy.
Well, that depends on what you're using them for and how much you have to spend.
Assuming you just want something that won't get torn to shred on the rope tow and don't want to deplete your nest egg, I'd say simple Kincos woulddo the job. Flylow tough guys if you really want a "ski glove" that will be durable and warm/dry while being cheap.