You have to watch the "stock" shafts with a lot of brands. They're very light shafts and the stiffs are closer to regular than you think. I bought the tour burner with the stock stiff in it. It is a 65 gram shaft. My swing speed is 108. It was like swinging a wet noodle and i began to lose distance and slice because the shaft wasn't unloading in the swing. My GOOD shots were only going about 270 after roll. I had to move to a 76g stiff from UST and now i hit it over 300, solid and strait.
There are a bunch of factors with shafts. Kick point, weight, composition, length, and flex. I would go to your local pro or at least a golf shop that has a launch monitor and pay the $50 or whatever they charge to get everything measured. It's valuable to have that kind of information. With it, you can fit your shaft, loft, ball, irons, the whole shebang.
As for recommending drivers, I try not to. Clubs are a very personal thing. That being said a lot of the drivers these days are pretty much the same. They're all pushed to the max of what the rules allow so it's just finding the one you like the looks of, can swing, and you hit the best. I settled on the tour burner because it had the most classic setup of all the newer drivers and it didn't have any stupid graphics on the top. I like jet black - no crazy decals or other colors. it also had the right weight and when i swung it felt good. So i bought it and haven't looked back. Get what you like.