Just wondering has anyone here done something like this? I brought a pair of new fks bindings, old stock I presumed. The reason is that the bindings have all metal construction (metal toe), narrow brake, and cheap. I assume that a DIN 3-10 bindings will be lighter than one with higher DIN values. I googled, and somebody said that setting DIN value close to maximum will decrease the useful life of a pair of bindings. My question is how much sooner will the metal springs die on me? I will be perfectly happy if this pair of bindings will last a few years, and I will dial the DIN down to 3 during off season.Thanks.