Funny (or not really) story about my recently purchased bindings. I got the Rome 2010 Struts (women's) from the-house.com last week and once I got them I loved the way they looked and they fit from boot sizes 5.5 to 11 so they're way versatile but the problem is that I was sent the wrong discs and washers! I ride a Burton Motion 51 and and everyone knows that Burton's only have a 3 screw set-up and the Rome's were supposed to come with a convert disc that works with either a 3 hole or 4 x 4 get-up. But nope, didn't receive those discs, got the 4 x 4 ones instead with hardware that only fit those too (go figure). I call The House and the lady was nice and all but I wouldn't be able to get the right discs for MONTHS because they were "back-ordered" huh. Luckily I live next to some great local shops that hooked me up some discs for free.
Moral of the story...Don't purchase "one for all" bindings for your Burton board online, just go local. haha But through all that mess, my new bindings rock and I feel as if they give me more power on my toeside edge, I don't wash out going fast, and they have much more shock absorption that my previous ones (aka jumps don't hurt). Oh, and even though the company says that the bindings fit most boot sizes I would recommend those females with shoe sizes 10+ should stay away, my custom ankle and top straps are near the end of the adjuster bands.