I'm rockin last year's Ride Havoc. I love it. It's got a 1" setback so it's aimed more for all-mountain riding, yet it's got just the right ammount of flex for park riding. For bindings I have the Burton Customs. They are pretty light and inexpensive, at have that wonderful toe-cap style strap. My first pair of bindings pinched my toes but these grip your foot without putting down too much pressure. They are also fairly responsive, especially for the price. Lastly I have a pair of Fusion boots from the house. They were only $50 yet my feet have never gotten cold or blistered. They are plain yet comfy. Post up what you think.
Surprised your happy with the Burton bindings. I've had several over the years and wasn't happy with any. Switched to Ride bindings a few years ago and found them to be more comfortable. I will say the toe-cap strap is an excellent idea though. But as with everything else it's all up to individual rider preference.