Here is an idea; I'm going to do the rice-in-sock method, but I'm going to pre-heat my shells with steam from boiling water (or a heat gun).
This way, but the outside and inside get hot, and the outside won't wrinkle because it won't get hot enough until it is all the way in the shell.
I'm going to wear one thin base sock, then I'm going to put a makeshift toecap on, then my custom footbeds, and then a fairly thick sock over all of that, then I'm going to place that in to the heated liner. I'm then going to lace up the liner tightly, and buckle all the buckles to the max. Then, I will tighten my Booster strap, and click into bindings. I will flex forward to generate a heel pocket.
What I'm debating doing is holding a 50 pound barbell on my shoulders in the front and back squat positions, to simulate the extra force my feet will place on the liner in turns (which generate g-forces). I'm thinking this might deal with hot-spots.
Another problem: My footbed is so wide (especially under the cuneiform region) where traditional footbeds aren't, so I don't know if the footbed itself will destroy the liner. I don't want to pay money for Cork-Vacs when I already have decent custom footbeds, but it may be in order.