Jon Miller wrote a review of Dynafit Titan TF-X Ski Boot - Men's on March 18, 2014
One season in the books on the Titan and I can confidently say this is a sturdy, worry-free boot which unless you're a pro, you'll never be able to tell the difference between it and a traditional alpine boot on the way down. The huge upside being it tours very well, is pretty comfy in walk mode, and does a lof of things quite well. Will your feet hurt after a 3-mile tour in? Yes, but this isn't a boot designed for miles and miles of comfortable skinning. What it is designed to do is make you forget you're wearing an AT boot on the way down, and stand up to whatever terrain you take it into.
I paired mine with the SI&I CAST touring system and the Marker Lord SP bindings, both new in 2013/14. The Lords were a great match because they accept the tech toe and are super burly, as well. DPS Wailer 112 carbons are what I skiied on all season, both east and west and I couldn't be happier with my setup.
It's also a nice touch that you get both AT and alpine sole plates with this boot, so if you have multiple setups you can pair this boot to all of them. Great for your beater, early/late season skis, icy east coast days where powder planks don't make sense, etc.
One thing of note, the Titans are definitely an athletic fit, and tend to run narrow, particularly in the toe box. I have wider feet so there's been a lot of tinkering and heat molding all season to get them where i needed them. But they haven't let me down in any situation and I hope to get many years of use out of them.