The OR Alibi is also about 3x more expensive than it should be. Many people just climb in heavy duty insulated Kincos work gloves. I have a pair of decent Jacob Ash insulated work gloves that I snagged from from Sierra Trading Post for about $12, but I'm not the biggest fan of them.
Right now I'm climbing in Mountain Hardwear Hydra gloves. The leather palm wets out pretty easily, even after an application of Nikwax waterproofing wax, BUT they haven't actually let any water through, so I'm still dry and warm. They're fairly thin and tactile, but reasonably warm. I wear them with 100 weight (the lightest weight) Powerstretch liner gloves and I've had them out as low as about 7 F and stayed warm (well, relatively warm in the context of ice climbing) while I was climbing. I definitely needed an overmitt for belaying though - not warm enough for just standing around. And don't forget that I also was wearing a thin but warm liner glove.
Their biggest feature, IMO, is the new "Outdry" system. Instead of a hanging GoreTex liner, the waterproof membrane is bonded to the inner shell. This means that as they get damp from sweat, if you pull your hand out, the fingers don't "invert" 0 this really makes a world of difference for me.
MH also makes a warmer, burlier version of the Hydra. It's called the Medusa, but it costs just as much as the Alibi (about $160 I think).