You can use your Flows if you want. The board comes with a replacement mounting disc that drops in where your old 4 screw plate lived. From the Burton website:"...can be utilized with both Burton’s EST™ and disc-based bindings alike."...However, the baseplates that come with the ICS boards to allow you to use older bindings are ONLY compatable with Burton bindings. The teeth pattern on the plate will not match up with any other company.http://www.burton.com/tech/#/stories/5/1/
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There is no difference between the Feelgood and the Feelgood ICS... aside from the mounting system. What the ICS offers will affect your stance, not how the board rides. The Feelgood is a stiff board that does well on the groomers and in the pipe. Its just OK in the park, there are much better choices for a park-specific board. The Supermodel is an "all-mountain" board that does well in the backcountry. It has a different angled side wall on the tail of the board (to steer you through powder) and a longer nose (to keep you above the powder). The Escapades are great, I personally rock them on the Feelgood ICS and they offer great support and response.
Sorry, Burton singled themselves out on this one. The only bindings that work with this new type of board are the Burton EST ones. So the old 4 screw style has been thrown out the window.Actually, this isn't the ICS Feelgood, and this one still has the holes, so your old bindings will work with THIS board. As long as the Burton board doesn't say ICS then you're fine. Look at the image as well, you can see the screw holes in it.