O, the first question is why are you assuming that you need/want an aftermarket liner for your new boots?
Did buy some new (smaller shell) boots to address the slop issues you were having. If you followed the advice from past threads, you bought them at a real specialty shop with a real boot fitter. So what does that fitter think? Is the fitter recommending an Intuition or an aftermarket liner for a reason? Is there a fit or performance issue you are trying to address? Or, you are just trying to "better" your set up in the abstract, based on product reviews?
Some stock liners, particularly on the nicer boots, are quite good. Unless there is an actual fit-related theory (and that would come from a fitter, not an internet chat board, not a magazine/web review), I'd at least ski the stock liner and see if it works. If it skis fine (and based on what you have been skiing, any properly fitted boot should be worlds better), ski the stock liner 60-80 days until it packs out, then replace it with an Intuition if you love the fit of your boots. In the interim, you can apply the funds to the powder skis you have been researching on other threads.
Also, if you are going to buy Intuitions, I assume that you are going to purchase them from a dealer, who will bake them and fit them (why not the dealer who sold your boots?). That should be part of the cost and there is no real advantage to buying online and doing it at home particularly if you don't really know what end you are trying to achieve. So let the dealer determine which aftermarket liner is the best solution. Why would you trust a bunch of strangers on a ski board you have never met, or a Blistergear review, written by someone whose skiing and equipment demands likely only resembles yours to the extent that you both click into skis and head down a hill?
If I were to bet based on past threads, I'd guess that you purchased the Lange RX130, because you seemed to have pre-concluded that was the boot for you. And you've been doing a bunch of internet research and all of the cool guys seem to ride Intuitions. Ok. But if you bought the Langes, fyi, the stock liner on that boot is very nice, designed for the boot and will work great unless you have some incredibly particular and well-understood fit demands. I skied that boot with stock liners 40 days last season and didn't feel the need to change it (yet) - and I have a pair of Intuitions (tongue version) with 2 bakes left in my garage.
Intuitions are nice product. I've used them in the past. They do change the feel and stiffness of the boot a bit so it helps to understand that. But I see them more as a tool in the hands of a fitter more than equipment where the performance attributes are consistent across users and applications. If done wrong, or for the wrong reasons, it won't necessarily "better" your boot. It might worsen the feel or make skiing less fun. It all depends.
So the question is "why?"