LiteratureBest advice going right here. Quoting for emphasis.
Be sure to calibrate your thinking about "how you ski" to the terrain and situations where you're planning to use the setup. For example, I don't ever worry about trying to center mount with tech bindings, because I'm not interested in skiing switch on them.
Agreed, keep in mind that mounting for how you ski really has to do with where your center of mass is -- you want it over the point where the ski wants to flex from. Since there isnt much hardpack in the backcountry, you tend to lean a little further back. Mount the skis at -2 and you can ride them a little more relaxed since the binding mount is adjusting your weight for you. Its a pretty playful ski... so maybe dont go much farther back than 2.5.
BTW, if you hate your mount, you can shim your toe piece to give you the effect of moving the binding forward...seems counter intuitive, but it works. In ski racing we call it the gas pedal.