I rode that exact set-up a few days last spring and loved it. Board/binding set-ups should be a balance between being responsive yet forgiving- unless you are a "perfect" rider who never makes mistakes. The energy you might save in a more responsive binder while carving you can just as easily lose from having to muscle too stiff of a set-up on a botched attempt at glory.
If you adjust the highback on that binding correctly it is incredibly responsive across the board while giving you a more natural and playfull feel along the length of the board. I skate in low tops and prefer a snowboard set-up that gives a little more of that feel of rolling through my board. It really comes down to personal preference.