can't speak to the Fuse-se, I have the next round up the Nx2-se. I have owned the rest of the pack in easy bindings. They all will work with channel.
My notes on the different brands-
1. K2 cinch CTX- these are the easiest to get in, but closing the binding is a whole other story
these open up really large higher than flow or GNU, but the latch takes tons of work, I found my forearms aching by end of the day latching them in. They are canted (like this ) and also are heavier. they also allow you to strap in with ratchets or click in. Honestly if they were not so hard to click in i would have been very happy with them. I still have them on my rock board
2. GNU - I tried these and really wanted to like them, I tried both the Street and the Weird. The weird just a bit better. My main complaints are Build Quality, They feel much cheaper than flows or K2's. My other complaint was that in opening the back, the latch seemed to always get in the way of allowing the back to come down enough the get in the binding on a pitched slope. and my #1 complaint was the toe cap, there is no rotation at the toe cap, it moves front to back but not up or down. if you boot does not perfectly fit in toe cap, you are always adjusting it to cover boot toe.
3. FLow - Currently I have the NX2-SE. These are really well made. they have the features I was looking for, canting, eva beds, Side entry option (old skool).
The backs open lower than either k2 and GNU. They seem a little heavier than the GNU's but lighter than the K2's (not scientific may just be my perception). My biggest complaint with them is that the heel area where the heel cup attaches to binding is a bit on the narrow side, so to enter the binding you will need to angle the TOE in first, even Using thier boot. They also took me a little longer to dial in. I am still working on correct placement on board now (personal preference and limiting some toe hang, my arbor formula is a bit on narrow side) These are my favorite so far.
Hope this helps you in deciding if easy entry is right for you.