Thanks guys! I suppose I should clarify a bit....the reason behind my question was that my wife is looking for a bit more forward lean in her boots to achieve a greater range of fore-aft motion, balance, weight distribution over the ski. She does not necessarily want to soften the boot, esp. not laterally.
She skis on Head Supershape Speeds, which have the Freeflex 14 binding set in the factory position. These are not exactly the most agile, easy-going skis on the hill, and she is looking to make them a bit more responsive, without sacrificing stability and edge hold. Don't get me wrong -- she loves these skis and wouldn't trade 'em for the world. She just wants to make a good thing even better.
We are going to try moving the binding forward to the CRS position, to see if that helps make the skis a bit more agile and helping with turn initiation. But we were also curious to see if something could be done with the boots...hence my question.
Regarding this bolt, other than fixing the cuff in place, is there any fore-aft adjustment possible with it? From my cursory look at it, it appears that there are only two options -- locked (bolt in) and unlocked (bolt out).
Any further insight would be most welcome.