Perhaps you should consider socializing your geese real well, but allowing them outdoor time during daylight hours, and maybe a dog crate inside at night? My toulouse are quite bonded to me, as I hatched all but one of them. Even though mine live and sleep outside of my house, my special babies do still come right up to me when I squat down or sit on a bucket outdoors with them. My "babies" all hatched this spring. The chatter at me, nibble me a bit with their beaks sometimes, and generally make a rukus on my behalf whenever I come or go. They love me and I know it. They are also able to have a normal goose life. For us its the best of both worlds, but I could definately see having a goose equivalent to the indoor outdoor cat.
Here they are coming up to greet me, one of them is nibbling my pants, but shes half out of the pic
I'd say go with toulouse or sebastopol, they are both gentle and attractive. I have both (and Africans) and geese are definatley more social and inquisitive than ducks by far. Your in for a really lovely surprise. I was a die hard duck girl, and now that I hatched geese, I'm a die hard waterfowl girl. (And harver secret wishes for a house goose, but honestly, once you see their love of the outdoors, and consider their great need for grass, you'll understand why they really must have ample outdoor time)