If you're going to be mostly skiing the resort — and you have boots with tech fittings — then I'd highly recommend the Salomon / Atomic Shift. If you have boots with tech fittings, that is currently the best option for resort + backcountry use if you like to ski hard and/or ski a lot in the resort.
If you don't have boots with tech fittings, then Daymakers or any frame binding will work. If you're only doing short tours and are not skinning all that frequently, I'd recommend Daymakers. They're a bit more efficient on the up, don't require you to remount your skis, and then you get full alpine bindings on the downhill.
Most frame bindings perform similarly to each other, but my favorite is the Tyrolia Adrenalin. They all kinda suck in terms of skinning performance, and I know some people that don't like their higher stack height vs. alpine bindings. So I think the only case where frame bindings would be the best choice is if you (1) don't have boots with tech fittings, and (2) want to tour a lot or do long tours.
All that said, if you're serious about touring a lot, I think investing in a boot with tech fittings and the Shift will make your life a whole lot better. Touring on tech toes is worlds better than frame bindings, and there are so many good boots out there now that ski really well and have tech fittings. But for just getting into touring and seeing if you like it, Daymakers or frame bindings might be the better choice budget-wise.