Can't tell how much I may have offended you, so sorry if I did. But my larger point was statistical, not about you as an individual. I see all our gear, and all our body movements, and all our innate body characteristics, as contributing to how the ski and snow interact. It's a complex interaction; for instance, a ski will interact with one body, and one set of movements, differently than another. Not just a + b + c = skiing. So the interesting issue for me is how large are these various sources of variation?
The answer IMO is that a very large % of the total variation in outcome (call it "ski doing what we want") is in movement. Yesterday had a Level III instructor who had been a semi-pro football player. Major hulk. My Masters coach, who's won at the national level, comes up to my chin and weighs maybe 115. They have very different gear. But both have a bunch of similarities in the foundational movements they use, and as a result, in how their skis interact with the snow.
Trying to recall their gear. Think my coach uses Sollies, mostly on Atomic race skis. This Level III used Markers on Nordicas. And as I think to other high level instructors or coaches, real mish-mosh of bindings and gear and bodies.
So for sure asking a question about technology is pretty normal. I was just offering my take - yeah, I know, in a gear forum - that at the end of the day, specific gear isn't that critical to the sources of variation in our skiing experience, compared to the mechanics of how we ski. And that even if we stick to gear, IMO bindings are less important as a source of variation in "ski doing what we want" than poles, which are less important than ski brand, which is less important than ski dimensions, which are less important than boots. Yep, boots.
In fact, just sticking with gear, I'd bet that most people ski with enough biomechanical inefficiency in their boots, due to bad fit or packed out liners, combined with mediocre tunes on their skis, that variation from those two sources completely washes out any residual variation from the brand of ski or the poles or the bindings.
I hope that clarifies my idea. Nothing personal, just about the opportunity costs of worrying about bindings versus other things...