The vibram sole will hook on the antifriction and prevent release on a forward twisting fall.
The rocker sole can will act like a crowbar and cause early heel release.
Some Dynafit boots have insufficient heel to clamp down on.
It seems a lot of people do it and Ive been told Salomon bindings work pretty well. I stuffed mine into my Atomic bindings and had zero release at the toe.
Some alpine bindings used to have a mechanical antifriction device similar to an AT binding, where the sliding interface is in the device, rather than at the boot sole. If any manufacturer still has something like that it might work.
The Garmont Adrenaline and Scarpa Tornado have soles which are compatable with Alpine bindings. I bought the Scarpa for just that reason.