Grishko DreamPointe – 1737 Dream
The Dreampointe shoe is the next evolution of the 2007 shoe, using modern materials. In most of the world, it's distributed by Grishko and available direct from Grishko and through their usual retailers. In the US, it's sold by a separate company, 1737, and called simply Dream.
If you are a 2007 wearer, it would make sense to trade up to this shoe, because it lasts so much longer. However, try them on first, because it won't suit everyone: the box is slightly less tapered and the platform is a fraction larger, more like the Triumph.
Although Grishko has been accused of copying Gaynor Mindens in the Dreampointe, that's not true - because Grishko has stayed true to their belief in paste as the best material for the box itself. Only the shank and platform are plastic. This seems to offer the best of both worlds, because the box is moldable to suit your feet, but the shank should theoretically hold its shape indefinitely, and the platform can't soften - hence their longevity.
In practice, I've heard numerous reports of the shanks snapping, so they don't last forever. Also, the downside of plastic is that the shank is what it is - if it's too hard or doesn't conform to your foot when you buy the shoe, it never will!
Note: Grishko also sells a shoe called Dream 2007 (also called Allure), which is a conventional paste shoe, and it's a completely different shape, so be careful when ordering that you have the right shoe.