Didn't he already mention the type of riding he wants the bindings for in his original post?
Looks like it to me.
Why don't you focus on the OP and bring something to the table rather than pick a fight. Dip shit. And by the way, saying you ride piste and hitting jumps and doing butter doesn't explain style. You can do all that with any set up.
OP. I've had a bunch of different bindings. I've had Cartel, Hologram, Genesis, Flow Nx at, union forces, ride rodeo and some other junky binding when I first started. I ask your "style" because all these bindings have a different feel and they all are for different riding styles. For me, I like a binding that has good tip to tail flex but also responsive from heel to toe edging. But that's because it fits my riding "style". I have many other friends that like a more solid or stiff binding because it compliments their riding "style" better. All the bindings you are choosing from are a really good binding. But you really need to know the feel you are looking for. I'm not sure if a binding will make you better at something but more rather compliment the board and your style or preference.
I'm currently riding the 2014 Genesis on a Proto and it is wonderful. It's a softer feel but still responsive. The hologram had an equal feel and also responsive but you could really lean tip to tail without much resistance. The Force was a solid or stiffer binding. It held your boot in place rather than letting it move from tip to tail with my legs (which many many people prefer).
This is just my experience and how it felt to me but everyone has a different style and preference and it helps to know exactly what feel you are looking for.
I don't have any experience with NOW bindings but they get good reviews. But it's all a preference thing.
Good luck. Ask any questions you can think of and I'll try to share my opinion with you.