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For those integrated bindings, it is very easy to set them up without any special tools.  If you can find the current technical manual and warranty is not an issue, you may feel more comfortable to do it yourself.

The question is how important is the twist and lean tests that dealers/shops are supposed to do.  Those tests are to make sure at the binding releases at the right twisting and leaning forces.  To put my questions other way, does anyone know how often the tests turned out to binding setup were wrong.