I have nothing against skiboards (I have a pair myself), but you may find some hostility from other heliskiers if you are too slow or fall too much (especially if you go with a bunch of expert skiers). Definitely try them out on local powder, to get a feeling for it. Personally I would choose "the right tool for the job", meaning your XXX's are the ticket.
Bye the way, Bomber bindings are top-of-the-line, but the bindings that come with Line skiboards are also VERY high quality. Note that Salomon also came out with a very impressive pro skiboard (SB10). It comes mounted with a binding that is also very impressive.
<FONT COLOR="#800080" SIZE="1">[ November 07, 2001 12:20 PM: Message edited 1 time, by TomB ]</font>