I appreciate the response.... I weigh 125, and have never used a binding with a DIN set at higher than 8... I never have problems popping out too often, and I ski more aggressively than most poeple . However, since these will be a park ski, I can understand what you mean about having a higher DIN setting, and that makes sense.
I do a lot more hiking and touring than I do park skiing, but I wanted to get a park set up.
I have a pair of Look PX 12 bindings, but the brakes ALWAYS break when I hit a rail. The one thing I noticed about the Free Ten was that the brake is twice as sturdy as the Looks. What do you think?