cobra_commanderHave you read the other threads? Lots of information out there right now. More than enough to make a educated decision.
however If I was to get a dedicated winter focused tour rig it would look something like the following:
-185 Blizzard ZeroG 108 or 184 ON3P Steeple 102s
-G3 ion LTs
-Salomon MNT Lab, Dynafit Mercury/Vulcan, or Scarpa Mastrale RS
Listen to this guy, solid recommendations in my (slightly uneducated) opinion.
Spent time on the ZeroG this whole last week, super solid ski, I don't love em but that's just cause I don't love directional skis in general and I kind of suck at skiing them, people who have skied a lot of similar skis do like them. Check out our review on Blister though.
Also spent time on the Ions, super solid binding, really like them, might try to find a deal on a pair for myself.
I'm going to be on the Steeple 102s with whatever tech binding I can find for cheap, in the Fischer TransAlp (not my first choice but they were free, and I do like them, especially with an intuition liner...)
If I had an unlimited budget I'd go MTN Labs though, skied all last week with two guys on them and they love them, working on the review of those now, will be up on the site soon.
It really depends on your priorities, do you want to do epic multi-day trips with some mountaineering? or are you looking for short tours to drop cliffs and build jumps? That will really determine what type of gear you should be looking at.