Flite has its own nylon DuPont Zytel baseplate. It's really a value binding, where the DLX is their completely value binding, the Flite has some of the tech from their flagship bindings.
I personally rode Union Force, Force-SL's and Contacts and I got to try the Contact Pros. I think they make solid, durable (except for the mounting discs) no frills bindings on a proven platform, the Zytel nylon fiberglass injection baseplates. But for the money, you can get bindings with better features, better straps, better ratchets elsewhere.
I like the Rome Targa and Raiden 1 piece bindings. I may try 390 Boss this year and I'm considering Ride as well.