thanks everyone for all the replies and advice. I thought about the TC Pros, but everything I've read implies that they are basically made
for cracks, and like I said, I really never crack climb. Also, while I said money is not an issue for my purchase, I was thinking more like <$150, where TC Pro are literally the most expensive shoe out there. Sorry for being lenient with my stated parameters.
The Katanas are an interesting recommendation. My first shoe was the Nago which was way too wide for me, so I'm forever a little shy about getting Sportiva--though I know that's probably something I'll have to get over.
Also, I suppose I didn't really think about that an edging slab shoe is pretty different than a typical smearing shoe. The Katana Velcros (VCS) were also an interesting recommendation as they seem to do a little of both.
What are your guys's (wow, that is grammatically awkward) preferred shoes for non-crack, non-overhanging routes? Do any of you use a non-downturned shoe as your go-to shoe on these types of climbs?