Alpine's website is:
They've got 99's and 1900's. I'm not clear on their PFT program. Back when I went to work for them, they had two tiers of program:
PFT for very low time pilots who flew SIC (typically non-US nationals who needed a couple-three hundred hours of turbine time)
Non-PFT and direct to left seat (well, not entirely true, I flew for about 6 weeks in the right seat) of the 99's. They didn't have the 1900's then, although they were looking at them and actively talking about it -- they probably came in about 12 months after I left.
The upside of Alpine is that it is run by good, fair, and very ethical people. If I were going to return to flying as a career, I'd have no hesititation in going back. There are a number of people who've been there a long time.
And flying a 99 through a Montana winter solo will build character, experience, and respect for big hunks of granite.