LiteratureIt's interesting that there really isn't a clear leader in the skin game right now. I'd agree with everything said above ^. If you're touring a lot or have some experience, there's no reason to get anything but a mohair mix.
G3 glue and plush is garbage, but they make the best tip and tail connectors. Their Escapist tips are a great choice for any other skin that you're putting on a more square tip shape.
BD's connectors suck, but their modern glue has held up best for me and I get more durability out of the Glidelites than other options. But they're heavy, don't fold down as well, and get pretty useless when soaked.
Pomoca makes a sweet skin, but I've had multiple pairs start shedding glue onto my bases after two seasons. This is with the climb pro and Free Pro 2.0, which is a sweet skin but you need to take care of them. These do better on wet days, but if you put the glue on a remotely wet ski base, they're angry.
Honestly, owning skins in the back half of their useable life is really annoying for the number of days I get to be out. It's better to sell them cheap or give them away and get something new that sucks less on a regular basis.
For my BD skins, I would buy the G3 twin tip connectors and put that on the tail to hold onto the tail better. A cheap hack that makes it a lot better The Pomoca tail connector is different so that's only worked for BD for me. Haven't looked at the tail strap for the Contour skins yet.