I have a general safety/adjustments question. I just bought a new pair of skis from Head, they come with the same Tyrolia bindings as my previous pair (2013 model vs 2012). My boots are the same, a pair of 2013 Technica boots. The bindings are mounted, but the seller of course did not make any adjustments. These bindings are slid-adjustable, very easy to do, the kind they have at rental shops. I know my sole lengths, that's very easy to do. I also know my DIN numbers, and those are very easy to dial in with a screwdriver. The forward pressure indicator is between the required markers with the boots in, and I did a manual test with side pressure to make sure the boot snaps out.
Is there anything else that needs to be done normally? All shops insist there is more to it, and I understand that they cannot tell me what I did is OK for liability reasons. But is there more to it than the liability? I don't see any other adjustments that can be made on these bindings. Am I OK to go ski on them, or am I likely to kill myself?