I'd avoid the idea of Glacier Glasses -- while they're great at stopping wind, they also are great at limiting peripherial vision -- not so much a problem when you're solo on the top of a mountain, more of a problem at 40mph with people cutting accross the mountain.
On top of that, while I love glass lenses for their clairty and scratch resistance, they aren't shatter proof, which can be a problem when you hit that guy recklessly cutting across the hill at 40 mph.
I don't like polarization in my ski glasses -- polarized glare is what makes ice stand out from hard packed snow. I'm a big fan of rose colored glasses for a wide variety of light conditions -- they're high contrast, and it seems like I can use them in a slightly wider range of light conditions. Amber's great for that too.
Yellow lenses are fantastic for low light situations, but on bright days, I need something darker.
When I look at sunglasses for skiing, I'm most interested in their fit -- I wear contacts and can't stand too much wind in my eyes, so look at the bridge of my nose to make sure that I don't have a big gap that wind can get in -- a lot of smith wrap arounds fit my face well, but you'll just have to try them on yourself to see if you can find ones that work.
Oh, and Oakley's are really expensive for what you're getting -- there are a lot of other polycarbonate lens glasses out there in the under $100 range that are optically correct and just as well made, but I'd avoid the mall el cheapos -- they'll be distorted.