In the interest of bumping this up, ... Thanks for the suggestions. I was actually looking for real usage feedback, i.e., have you used it?
My hands are above average in being susceptible to cold, and I correct this with a thin liner inside a very warm and very useful mitt. But the mitt I've been using doesn't play well with water at all: If it's snowing, and I press the leather palm of the mitt against snow, say on a lift seat or bar, the show melts, is absorbed by the leather (it may be fake leather), and later freezes in the leather, (i.e., the leather is stiff and frozen) - all this of course happens when the air temp is below fereezing. I treated the leather end of last season.
I've also skied once this year in a rain/sleet/freezing rain mix. There was enough liquid precip that day, that I got one pair of mitts and a second pair of wool gloves completely soaked (wool: you'll have that, but they were all I had with me).
And, this is the last piece of waterproof outerwear I need (have shell and pants), but probably the first I should have acquired. So I'm reading the descriptions of various brands, and I see most of them say something similar to: Cuff/gauntlet/back of hand has membrane bonded to fabric; fingers are leather and are treated with DRW etc.; Removeable/washable liners, or integrated Primaloft, etc., provide the insulation. Is this as good as it gets in the Waterproof/Breathable glove department?