If your heel and toe ramps (gas pedal) are adjustable, I'd move them out a bit. You want the ramps to be just under the contact points of your boot. Keep in mind that I'm talking about contact point in terms of when you lean into your turns, not when the boot is just sitting on your binding.
Also, your highbacks can have a little more forward lean on them to match the lean of your boot.
I don't really bother with this step, but a lot of people swear by aligning their highback with the heel edge. You can try the same. I think I will try it next time out.
Leo, can you please explain this statement in detail:
aligning their highback with the heel edge
if i think you are saying what i think it you mean, do all bindings even have that capability?