I use the Teva Avator shoes, and they work great. Good traction, durable, and they shed water quickly thanks to the little holes. Had them all season and I think they will last me quite awhile.
This time of the season, I wear thick hiking socks under the dry suit for warmth. Between my drysuit, hiking socks though, it can be a bit of a squeeze, but I forget about that small discomfort once I hit the water.