I need some bindings for my new 2011 O-matic Celebrity and I have it narrowed down to these three in last years models because of my tight budget. I'm 6'1" and 240 lbs. with a size 11 boot. This will be my third season riding, having totaled probably 60 days between the last two seasons. I now spend most of my time in the park hitting smaller jumps and jibs, working on ground tricks, but I still like to ride the rest of the mountain too (hitting steeper groomers, powder, trees). The only bindings I have ever used besides various rentals are my ancient Burton Rays so I'm sure any new bindings will be a noticeable improvement. I have had one specific issue with my current bindings pinching a nerve in my foot which seemed to be caused by a pressure point from the old-style toe-strap, so I'm hoping any of these will eliminate that since they are either toe-cap or the one-piece Flow.
My original plan was to get the Flow Trilogy, but after a little research (especially here), I'm a little concerned that this model maybe a little soft for someone my size (I think Nivek mentioned it a couple times in past threads). On the other hand, I know Flow in general gets high marks for comfort and even lower-end models like this have improved. Also, while not a high priority, the fast entry would be nice since my son just got the Trilogy, my buddy we ride with has Flow Flites (which he loves, though he is much lighter than I am).
The K2 Indy definitely seems worth considering for this low price point category. I think both Nivek and BA liked it reasonably well, and I'm assuming the fact that it is a toe-cap strap will avoid my pinched nerve issue.
The Flux PR15 is perhaps a little more entry-level, but it seems Flux is pretty well-regarded for comfort and quality, and my demands aren't high. I couldn't find much in the way of reviews of this one though, only others looking for the same.
I'm probably way overthinking this, please help me decide!