yeah, for the most part if you don't have any mechanical knowledge or don't have a shop manual to refer to about adjustments, then you'd be a lot safer going to your shop and just have them make the adjustments. at least you know that they know what they're doing.
which brings me to this point (since there's been quite a few posts about it) - i know the line bindings are marketed as 'easy to use' and 'adjustable' and all of that, but that doesn't mean that you can just slap the bindings on the skis, adjust them yourself and then go out and ride. unless you have a manual that shows you the steps of what to do, go to your shop. it will seriously save you from probable injuries that could occur.
'yeah line stuff blows, i got a pair of the new pollards and once i took the wrapper off they spontaneously combusted
' - schlonginator