It's really not as bad as it sounds. The technology is well thought out and it works. The only issue I've had is with the rachet.
I spent the greater part of 2 hours today setting up my Rome 390 Bosses on another board. Now that's a binding with a lot of parts.
So I've heard. I started to include the Rome bindings as an example for the moving parts bit.
Don't get me wrong, every time I go to the hill and I'm on my 7-8hr, I see someone stepping into their flows and I say to myself "I gotta get some flows!"
I think I'm going to pull the trigger and if they are not my cup of tea...so be it, but they're worth a try. I'm just figuring out wether I want to go with the top tier Se's or the Fuse-GT, which are just about the same except for the baseplate and heelcup on the GT's are nylon and not aluminum alloy like the Se's.