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Smile Burton Re:Flex vs. Forum Shaka?

I'm trying to decide on 2011 bindings. The flexibility of the Burton Cartel Re:flex and the Forum Shaka attracted me at first, but does it really make a difference? I ride mostly park, and I heard that this technology makes it easier to press and butter. Which of these should I get? Are there any others you would recommend?
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I couldn't notice a difference. The angle that the binding tray flexes at vs. the disc doesn't line up well enough after like 12*.

For some good side to side flex try M9's or Contacts and Contact Pros.

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