Marker Squire, 110mm brake, DIN 3-11, skier weight 65-240#: I've been happy with the ones on my 95mm Geishas this past three seasons, and I'm right in the middle of the DIN and weight ranges. They're light but release (or not) as appropriate, and it feels clean getting into and out of them. I guess I'm above the "lightweight woman with a short BSL" threshold, because I haven't had the kind of trouble a lot of women seem to have. At any rate, I've liked them enough that unless there's something significantly better, I'd be inclined to be boring and buy them. They're mostly $150 online but I just found them for $120 on one website, and I don't expect their stock to last long.
Solomon STH 12, 100mm brake: DIN 4-12, skier weight 92-264. There's an STH 10, but the specs for STH 12 are more similar to the Squire, and the STH 12s are just a little over a pound heavier than the Squire, which isn't bad. Things like high lateral transmission, a stomp pad (really?), low stand height, and some metal reinforcement that I've read about in some descriptions sound solid, but I can't tell whether they're superior enough to be worth the $30-$40 price difference I've found online today. If I missed out on the $120 deal, the prices would be comparable.
Solomon STH2 13 (100mm): DIN 4-12, skier weight 110-275; replaces the STH 12 and 14. This is beefy from my perspective; for one thing, it puts me lower in the weight range than the Squire and is another pound heavier than the STH 12. Again, the technology sounds great, but as with the STH 12, I have no idea whether it's just hype or if the performance would be noticeable to someone who doesn't do tricks or (deliberately) jump off of anything. The price difference between them and the Squire is about the same as the STH 12.
I haven't listed anything else because, well, these are the bindings I've recently seen recommended most, and the number of binding alternatives is scary. But I'll gladly consider something else if these seem inadequate or if there's some low hanging fruit I've been ignoring.
So, any ideas?