I skied in older Langes for many, many years. They, too, were too wide, but I had home-customized them to where they worked quite well. Following ankle surgery which included the insertion of a screw into the side of my ankle, I could no longer ski the Langes. For some reason, they caused a lot of pain in the repaired area. I tried some of the newer Langes, including the Comp Pro's, but they were too wide AND felt as if they were still going to cause more discomfort. For some reason, the Solomon's did not feel like they were pressuring my ankle, and I have been able to resume skiing pain-free. Pain-free is definitely good, but I really miss the joy of skiing in a boot that properly harnesses every input.
The Falcon is definitely a neat boot if it fits your foot. I have it working okay for me now that I have (through trial and error) taken up the major slop with additions of foam pads. I like the fact that it's a pretty comfortable boot allowing me to ski all day without having to take it off (though I do unbuckle on the lifts).
Edited by Attacking Mid - 10/20/10 at 1:24pm