Flat and narrow foot. 11.5 to 12 for my shoe size.
Boots tried that day : A lot... unconvinced by Kryptons, Nordica Speedmachines and Lange fluid among others. I know a good bootfitter can makes wonders, but I beleive a boot must fit mostly right straight from the box. (Meaning, no Krypton for me yet...)
Short list : Salomon Impact 10 and Falcon 10. (29)
Both boots had a pressure point on the top of my right foot, but much more pronouced with the Falcon. So much that I was afraid it couldn't be cured. The Impact also had replacable heels and toes pads (I need to walk with my boots). Both fits were pretty close, just a little roomier with the Impact. Similar flexes in the shop.
After mucho hesitation (the Falcon was so nicely tight, but for this pressure point), I went with the Impact 10, heat molded, fitted with a comformable custom footbed and a small heel "riser", as I felt too "flat" in the boots. No shell work.
Great liner (thin and stiff but still cosy. No need to tigthen the buckles as hours went by), nice buckles, nice stiff flex. Pretty happy so far (8 days. The first quite painful for my big toe, but presto fixed by the bootfitter). Just a minor problem with my heel, that I don't feel perfectly locked in the boot. Not a real issue (I don't slip in the boot) but a ... weird feeling at time. May still need some work here. To be fair, I skied this first week with both middle buckles almost unbuckled.
Nice boots, just a short step down the falcon and noticably cosier IMO.
I'm afraid the nice see-thru shell wont stay pretty very long, though...