I just got these a few weeks ago in Black (Which goes great with my LibTech TRS and Burton Freestyles) and these look sick (I think styling is great) and are just as great in how they ride. They're massively comfortable and I haven't gotten any sore sports and anything like that after many hours of riding. They're also really adjustable. You'll need a screwdriver to adjust the side to side angle on the highbacks, but besides that they're toolless. Take the time to set these up right and they'll take good care of you. Flexible enough to give me freedom, stiff enough to be super-responsive. Plus these came in the top 8 bindings this year from either TWS or Future Snowboarding, I can't remember which. To use their line, "If all a company makes is bindings, they'd better be damn good at what they do." And I think Flux lives up to that.