I got a pair of these at the beginning of the year and they're holding together well. My biggest gripe is that They fog fairly easily. I'm pretty finatical about my goggles and never touch the lens inside or out, but within a month I got fog in these. Only when things got pretty hot but still When a goggle costs over 80 dollars you kinda expect no fog for at least most of the first season. other than that as long as you keep moving they're comfy and get the job done.
These are pretty awesome boots. I got a pair around christmas and got the molded. They're really comfy when your not strapped in, but they're a little heavy and they don't really fit my mission bindings that well. I do love the TLS lacing though. Its way faster and more secure than BOA and I can get it just as tight as my old 32's.
The Smith Prodigy Turbo Fans were great goggles for the first half of the season. However, after three or four hard crashes (none of which I specifically hit the goggles) the fan got loud and made odd noises and the switch did not work properly. Yesterday, I fell and the fan came completely off. these goggles are junk!!
These bindings are awesome. It doesn't even feel like I have bindings now. It feels like my feet are just connected to the board. If you can find them on sale, buy them.(All Burton gear is over-priced)