Yep, I had them come in at the end of January. We then promptly got ourselves a couple snow dumps, so I got to take them for a test drive. I'm definitely glad I sized down, as the 14 seems to be bang-on. I went with the EE width, as I was anticipating having to wear thicker socks with colder weather (the D width was just a hair snug). However, they're very well-made and do a good job of insulating on their own. YMMV, but in hindsight, I do wish I'd gone with the D width. That said, either way, I'm on the fence width-wise so I just make sure to wear a pair of thicker socks, and they're fine.
As for the sole, I just got one of the standard Vibram soles... looks to be the Sierra (pull up the Bobcat if you want to see what the sole looks like). Plenty chunky and grippy, since most of what I have to worry about is ice.
One other note: depending on what you order, these boots are primarily billed as workboots (Viberg is only just starting to get into the fashion side of things). So they may not be as slim and sleek as other boots out there. They're big, heavy, insulated, and utilitarian (not in a bad way, they do what they're meant to do, they'll protect your feet, and they'll hold up for just this side of forever).
I know Viberg has their Service Boot which is a little sleeker (and starts at about $150 more expensive) that they've partnered up with Four Horsemen to relaunch. This is also available to the Japanese market. I have no idea if Viberg will carry this boot themselves through their own webpage and storefront, though. They also have the Scout, but I'm not sure of the pricing on that one (I'm guessing well north of $450). I wound up going with a slightly taller, modified Foreman, but with the Sierra sole (off the Bobcat).
If I remember, I'll throw up better pictures than what they have on their site (honestly, a lot of their boots look better in person). And for shits and giggles, I'll weigh them (first day wearing them, felt like I'd spent the day doing calf exercises).
Overall, I'm very happy with them. Only difference is I'd have gone to the D width. But that's simply because it doesn't necessarily get cold enough to warrant wearing thicker socks around here. Next time I head back East for and Ontario winter, I might revise my feelings on the matter.
Pics to come.