There has been much talk lately of using Vibram soled AT boots in solid AFDs as in the FKS turntable bindings. I'd like to hear what you boot experts think about both levels of involvement of this- the first being fully rockered vibram soles as they come from the factory used in conjunction with solid AFD plates, the second being shaved down vibram to provide a cleaner connection to the AFDs for the "pillars" or hard plastic spots used by many companies.
I know several people who employ these methods, and have yet to hear of it negatively effecting performance of the release for any of them. I would sincerely appreciate the input and honest opinion of you boot guys and gals as I am about to take the leap myself with most likely a pair of Cochises unless the Lupo comes out with tech fittings by next season. I will probably just cut away the soft vibram to make a better connection to the AFD but would like to hear what you goot buys think first.