I finally broke down and bought some actual "winter" boots (Colombia Bugaboot XTM), so I thought I'd got for a quick hike in my snowshoes. The boots claim to be good down to -65F. I'm not sure of that, but in the hour or so I was tromping through the snow in 15F, my feet stayed nice and warm. They've got a nice little ridge of rubber on the heel to keep your binding in place, and a D-ring on the toe to keep you gaiters from riding up (need to get some... tomorrow probably.)
Up till now I've been wearing some issue tan Gor-tex boots. They still keep my feet nice and dry, but not as warm as I prefer.
Crye MagClips and new prototype Multitasker Tools (I like the idea behind the MagClips. As for the Multitaskers, I'd known about the Series 3, but I hadn't heard about the Super Tube or the new Ultralight. I like!)