Just keep in mind that if pros use them, that doesnt mean they are good.
These guys are stomping big tricks. Real big tricks. I would assume the product has to be good if they use it, because they're more prone to breaking things.
Munky and Leo pretty much covered what was wrong with your post, but I'm going to be redundant here and say the same thing. Based on your more "in-depth" explanation, you do not know how to set up bindings correctly, at all, and you have no business giving your opinion until you understand exactly what you're doing. It's really as simple as that. I'm not trying to offend you, but you came across as ignorant and judgmental, which I hope you understand is frustrating. Hence why you got flamed.
I suggest before your post your opinion, do you a lot of research, and then test it out by setting up your bindings. Until then, unfortunately, you have zero credibility and you're only serving to misguide people. This is a frustrating problem in the snowboarding community. People take their subjective, uneducated, inexperienced views and turn them into "fact". Sometimes that bullshit opinion sticks and sheeple espouse the view without even having third-hand
experience with the subject in question. This creates a social stigma attached to bullshit ignorance. Rinse, repeat. That's why people get annoyed with posts like yours.
As simple as bindings, boots, and a board seems, a proper setup takes research, thought, testing, and execution. And without a good knowledge resource and some objectivity, it's easy to hit a plateau of understanding, and espouse an ignorant viewpoint.