It's one thing to create a binding that releases laterally as intended in the lab when the bidning is attached to a static device and forces are applied. It's another thing to have a real live skier attached, with moving parts that bend, compress, twist, and sheer. I thik this is what all the manfuactuers have been saying.
The real world test comes on the hill, not the lab.
I am not disparaging the product as I have never used it and have no data or stats to go by. I am just obviously a bit skpetical as everyone else has been syaing this is impossible. It is going to take some time to really judge the real-world efficacy of the binding in 'significantly' reducing ACL injuries. Lab Testing, Strength Testing, and Vermont Calibrators cannot substitue for real-world experience out on the hills.