cydwhitShift is your best bet, if you have boots with tech toes.
Frame bindings will get the job done, but man, it sucks so hard touring in them. If you do go frame, I'd say go Salomon / Atomic Guardian. They ski really well, and don't suck any worse than any other frame binding to tour on.
Shift and the CAST system are the only bindings on the market that will ski and release like an alpine binding, but walk like a pin binding. Seriously worth your money if you think there's much chance of you getting really into touring.
Just make sure you get your Avy 1, and get a beacon, shovel, probe, and a good partner, before you head out.
Thanks, Yeah I've still gotta get a pack and avy gear, but I got a friend that's already started touring a bit and has taken an avy course. I'd rather get a boot that's compatible with a pair of pivot bindings I already have and plan on putting on a pair of park skis. I was thinking Full Tilt First Chair 10 since I've been skiing on Full Tilts for a while and I think the First Chair 10's might be stiff enough for big mountain unlike the other pairs I've had idk though, still gotta find a place and try em on. Heard Dalbello, Lange and Nordica have some nice big mtn boots.