After using Carhartt's for years I'm ready for a decent pair of insulated bibs for my late fall and winter excursions. My ideal bibs would be warm in sub zero temps, quiet, and waterproof. A waterproof set of bibs is important to me because I spend a lot of time sitting in the snow. My biscuits melt the snow, the water soaks into my clothes and my cheeks are cold for the rest of the trip. It seems tough to find a waterproof pair of bibs. Some claim to be waterproof gore-tex but the gore-tex and dry plus gear I've used never holds the water outside of my clothes, but it looks like if I want anything close to waterproof Gore-Tex is the best bet.
My first choice is the Cabela's MT050 Gore-tex Whitetail Extreme insulated bibs in size large and tall. And finally I'm also considering the Sitka Gear Celsius Bibs.
I'd like to hear pros and cons of both from actual users.