Do yourself a favor and avoid the Cinch's worst bindings I ever owned. At first I really liked them but as the season wore on they showed themselves to be real big turds. The lateral flex in them is terrible and I had issues keeping the guide cable in the clip on the high back because I rotated them etc. Just a big waste of time that really wasn't any faster to get in or out of.
I hear you on the flows and although I agree they've got the best of the rear-entry set-ups, if you're not into the way the feel it's a moot point.
I went from the Cinch's to the Ever's with the auto tech from K2. If you're looking for a traditional binding with a quicker in and out I suggest looking at this line because it really does give you the best of both worlds.