I'm not familiar with the new term of "canting". From what I understand - it is either built into the baseplate of the binding or done through a foam that forms to the legs - giving each foot a slight angle to help the knees?
Is it worth to go after a binding with this?
I personally like canting, helps with my feet (get really bad pains) and just makes it more 'natural' and lets me have a wider stance. The K2 Formulas for instance I believe are 3degrees canted (correct me if I'm wrong?) and its the foam footbed that gives it the canting, on the formulas at least.