The problem with a number of 912's and 914's is that they use a single wing adjustment screw which would loosen due to vibration, opening up the wings, and consequently ejecting the rider prematurely.
This was a design change from the S900 Series (1 screw per wing) based on the success of the single screw setup on the 800 Series. Sounded good in theory but unfortunately, Salomon didn't take into account the heavier springs, riders, and stresses imposed on the "higher end" bindings.
Locktite Blue seems to solve the problem but you're better off with the older 900's or 916+ for more predictable performance.
Pleeease! If I get into Ski Canada, then I'll be able to get a sponsorship, then my parents won't make me finish school.