At the end of last season, I picked up a pair of Scratch BCs and some old model (but new) rossi axial 140 bindings pretty cheap. After about 10 uses this season, one of the toepieces ripped off. I wasn't doing anything special when it happened, but i'd been nosebuttering a lot that day which may have pulled it out. When I brought them in to the shop, the dude took a look and said it was wierd how the binding had pulled straight vertically off the ski and decided to talk to rossi about it. They informed him that the reason the binding pulled off was that since that binding was built with a narrower ski in mind, the screws were too close together. They encouraged me to purchase a specialty Scratch binding with wider screws to prevent this from happening again. Did anyone else know you can't put regualr bindings on wide skis, or am I just an idiot? Isn't it pretty common to mount regular rossi/look axial bindings on powder skis?