The TX Pros (29.0) are about 3rd generation Yellow. They are NOT of the generation that was plagued with toe-crack issue. They are holding up very well. I've never molded the liners. Size 29.0. I wear an 11 street shoe (SOMEtimes maybe 10.5) and they fit perfect and are all-day comfy.
The Freerides are scraped up, but operationally good. I have kept them greased/lubed appropriately and they are smooth in/out and work great. They have the BLUE cartridges. This generation of Freedom suffered from cracking toe cups. Both have cracked through the years and both were repaired by a welding professional who knew what he's doing. They have held up without any worries for 2 full seasons after the most recent repair.
Atomic Vantage 95c is one of the best all-rounders I've skied on. I bought them a bit short (178) in order make sure they were playful in Midwest conditions (which they are), but also found them just as much fun on just about everything across a very wide variety of terrain in CO/UT. They have been drilled for both Freeride and Freedom and they have also been drilled for Meidjo Alpine Heel (which I am keeping). All drilling and plugging of unused holes has been done by a trained binding pro using the proper epoxy and actual ski plugs.