All very good advice, here.
Actually, only you know if you are having any problems with your turns due to this position of the bindings. Are you having trouble keep the tails in the track during a carve, assuming you're carving correctly? Do you fight the tails from trying swing around in front of you when you stop?
7 or 8 mm forward is not much and perhaps proper for a woman skier. I might mount them there for a woman, especially if she's an intermediate skier.
Another point- there are 3 different ways to measure the center of the ski, so where's the real center? Who knows? I saw one post here a while back where a guy was complaining about his boot center mark being just barely a smidgen behind the center mark of the ski. He was livid! Good Grief! Take a look at that center mark. We are not talking about caliper-quality/engineering marks here!
Two things to bring up here.-
1) At my shop I have corrected so many people when they ask, "When can you set my bindings to my weight?" Where does everyone get this idea it's according to your weight and boot size only?
It's skier type (which does NOT mean beginner, intermediate, advanced), boot sole length, age, height, weight. if the weight and height cells are not even, yoiu use the cell closer to the top of the chart. if someone is 5' 10" and 240#, you use the height and ignore the weight.
2) I hate it when someone just doesn't want to bring his boots in. he tells me to use a boot at the shop the same size as his. We can, but we're not supposed to do that! This could be a legal loophole for some attorney in court. When forced to do this I write on the work order what I was asked to do and disclaim any and all warrentees about safety, and I have the customer sign it. Even then it probably won't be any good in court.
Btw- I always use a boot measuring tool regardless of what it says on the side of the boot. Most of the time it doesn't make any difference; once in a while it does.
So, if you're having no problems with your turns, you're probably ok. Btw- Yes, those Atomics are nifty with those forward/aft adjustments.