Hello summitpost. I crave mountain related adventure and I have been lusting after Grays and Torreys via the internet for a while. (I use the word "lusting" because I was recently exposed to the term "summit-porn" on this site and I realized that I have been addicted to it for going on 6 years now) From what I have read they seem to be a relatively basic climb, even in winter. I hope I have not been misinformed. I want to climb them this winter but I must ask if it would be appropriate given my experience level. I will now post a "climbing-resume" of sorts.
I'm 18 years old and I'm an accomplished navigator thanks to the countless backpacking trips I have lead. I am also an experienced "scrambler" having found my own off-trail routes up Guadalupe peak and Hunter peak as well having done a significant amount of climbing in the Wichitas, Oachitas, Appalachians, Texas Hill Country, Rockies and on anything I can find that protrudes from the earth's surface (trees, buildings, etc.). However, the only winter climbing experience i have is a relatively tame hike up the ridge to Kachina peak in New Mexico to reach some backcountry-esque ski territory. Also, I own plenty of appropriate clothing for the trip, i have snowshoes, and with any luck I'll be getting crampons and an ice axe for Christmas.
Side-note: I would not be climbing alone, I have a friend on-board who's experience level is similar to mine.