I just got some good help on this - see link below:
I was intrigued by TthePikester's suggestion (official cleats of the US Bobsled team sounds good to me) and would like to get a pair someday. Decided to go after Stableicers but couldn't find any in my size. Ended up at Gander Mountain and w/Gene's friendly assistence, I got a pair of HT's "Stabilicer clones" for around $20. They look like a boot sole w/sheet metal screw heads sticking out and strap on w/nylon staps and velcro. It is a full sole design with screws from front to back.
I used them yesterday and they worked great! After wearing lots of different styles of inexpensive slip-on/strap on models over the years (which definitely helped alot), this is the first time that I felt like I could run on glare ice. Never been this sure-footed. It is probably my lack of coordination, but I would slip around on glare ice with my YakTraks - there was one hilarious day last year where I was pulling a heavy sled on some wet ice and not making very good progress with my YakTraks. I still carry them because they are handy.