First, you gotta state your height, weight and skiing ability (I guess) before we can decide what binding is for you. But I've heard nothing but bad things from marker bindings from people mounting them on big mountain/powder skis. They rip out a lot I guess. For the STH-12 on the other hand, I would go for the drivers instead of the regular STH-12's. A little heavier but a much, much better binding then the standard STH.
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i have barons on my jjs and i like them, but idk how much u weigh/ how tall u are and my friend has f 12s and loves them but idk what ur using them for, if u are hiking i recommend the previously stated bindings, but if u want a burlier binding than the barons get dukes.
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I have never seen a Royal family binding rip out of a ski... they have problems, but that is not one of them and they work very well on larger skis.
And to the OP; those three bindings are all very different. Maybe do a little more research and provide height, weight, skiing ability, what you intend to use the skis for exactly ect ect. and you will get much better answers.