Caucasian_AsianIf you are an aggressive skier, I would not look at the FFG 10. It's kind of an entry level binding. It has the Salomon Quadrax toe,which has a tendency to pre-release during hard skiing.
Also, if you are currently riding your Griffons at 10, you would have no room to progress on a 10-DIN binding.
Why are you getting new bindings? What's wrong with the Griffons?
well there currently on my Elan's which I use for teaching. People learning often like to stand on your skis and ski into them. so they get damaged a lot plus the Magic carpet and the various metal grating around the lift damages them hence why the bases are messed up with rubber stained into them and the top sheet is delaming in less than a season.
Even a beat up park ski would look and last better than my elans ha yeah its because I get a good pro deal on a pair of skis with the FFG 10 so wondering whether its worth getting them without the binding but from you said as said get another binding.