A lot of guys on the WC are doing this now. I actually use a ramp angle much like that on my skis, only i do it with spacers under the binding, so i dont have to go through all of the boot work to have it done. Plus the Doberman has to be raised to high to get that kind of a ramp ground into the inside of the boot that im not sure i could afford it if they messed it up. My boot fitter is one of the best in the country and actually talked about doing that to my boots for this season, but i opted for doing it on the ski. I have since seen a lot of guys with the toe of the boot lifted more than the heel of the boot by about 2 or 3 millimeters. Once you get used to it, you have an amasing feel for the si because you are actually more foreward than if you were ramped fareward on the ski or in the boot.