First off, apologies for the terrible quality of images, it's the best camera I have at the moment.
I just picked up a new pair of boots in November, and had my main pair of skis adjusted to fit them, no problems since the skis were new last year.
My concern is in regards to my older pair of skis/bindings that I picked up in 2004. The skis are Line Skogen Sprang Pro's, the bindings are Look Pivot 10. On the heelpiece, there is an acrylic cover (the grey bit in the first picture below) that is mostly cosmetic, but also has the number scale for the DIN adjustment. A season or two ago, one of the acrylic covers cracked and fell off, meaning that on that binding you cannot read the DIN setting for the heelpeice (second picture below). Would a shop be able to adjust these bindings to my new boots, either by setting the first indicator by the scale then measuring to set the second, or would I be better off looking to replace the bindings? The bindings appear to be on a track/raised mounting system, so I doubt new bindings would require re-drilling, but I don't have much experience in that matter.
Thanks for any advice/comments you may have.