DIN Settings are a difficult discussion topic.
DIN Settings are Skier dependent based on Height, Weight, and skier ability. The problem with DIN settings is that they are influenced by unrealistic thoughts about how good of a skier a person may think that they are and in some cases may be ego driven and so on.
DIN is something to take seriously it may save your ACLs and MCLS and in serious ski racing may save your life. Pre-Release is bad when charging hard. But release during those slow stupid skiing moments is also important. Take it to a shop and have them set, and test your din settings. They will do release pressure tests. Given your Stats Id venture to guess that your saying a type 3 skier on their skiing forum. Be realistic. If your having release issues then have a shop turn up the din a bit.
I take the cautious route, Having my bindings proper mounted and tested by a reputable shop. I have never had the issues of pre-release issues except in very rare occasions.