Just acquired a pair of Merrell Moabs, the kind without Gore-Tex or other silly membranes (how is Gore Tex going to help in ice cold flowing water up to my hips?). Tried them out on a few dry rappels, loose steep talus, wading and climbing over wet boulders, and some low class 5 climbs. They took the water easily and drained and dried fast. They were sticky on hard rock and climbing holds without any visible wear and were comfortable the whole way in wool socks. I'm very pleased with them; I've never had a shoe perform so well and so comfortably submerged in water for an extended time and then used for climbing. Incidentally, the inaugural trip was Badger canyon in Marble Canyon.