Both bindings are mounted exactly the same, so they must have used a jig. The front of the binding has 2" to the sidewall on one side, and 2.25" to the other sidewall. The back of the ski is the opposite (2.25" and 2"). The Head RFD is a rail mount system, and I can move the whole thing 1.5 cm back or forward easily.
I figure the bindings are offset by about 2 degrees overall. Since my feet don't point exactly straight forward, I could probably get away with one ski offset, but the other one will be pigeon-toed (it'll aways be my right foot).
So is 2 degrees that big a deal? Would I even notice this? If I had them remounted, they'd just about have the screws in the same holes. I've mounted several bindings myself over the years, so I could probably fix them myself. SLC is a 3 hour drive, so I don't get there too often. How far apart should mount holes typically be spaced without structural integrity problems?