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Flux stream sf Vs. union force/data

I have around 200 to spend. I really like the flux stream sf's but have not heard anything about them yet. I currently own the flux union sdr's and they are very nice. I just want to upgrade my binding. The only problem is they are M/L and i have a 153 endeavor paavo. I tend to carve very hard and low and I started to rip up the toe strap so I amn thinking that may happen on the flux's. Also can anybody explain the different riding flex position lever? How does this work?

Or, DO i go with the union forces/datas. I wanted last years datas, I ordered them but there sold out and I cannot find them. So, I would be getting 2008 union forces. I have heard a lot of good things about them.

WHich bindings do I get? The flux's come to 215. and the unions come to 200.

I am also size 10 32 team 2 boots, WHich size unions would fit, because their cutoff point is at size 10.

Sorry about the long post, I just wanted some help.

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