FaunaSkisIf you're looking at that kind of ratio of of in/outbounds, depending on what you're planning outbounds, consider getting alpine bindings and daymakers to start.
I'll second this if you don't want to buy new boots. Frame bindings just don't seem worth it to me anymore. Sure they'll release like alpine bindings, but, especially if you're coming off Pivots, you'll really notice the increased stack height and mounting length when you're riding inbounds. If you're going...say...85/15 resort/bc I have a feeling you won't enjoy your resort time as much, and if you end up truly 50/50 or more you'll probably want a more capable touring setup.
Considering how many really solid boots have tech inserts these days (even the standard Krypton is getting inserts next season) I'd look at boots first. Keep your alpine setup, get a pair of GripWalk boots (and GripWalk AFDs for your Pivots), and rent or borrow touring setups for your first couple of treks. Don't be afraid of rentals. If you can find a good mountaineering shop, they'll almost definitely have a very capable rental/demo fleet.
After you get a couple tours under your belt you'll have a much better idea of what exactly you're looking for and where your priorities are.