DingoSeanTech bindings will ski different.. mostly because of the way they lock down the heel. They aren't the most solid back there as there's way less pressure pushing the boot down, so the heel tends to squish around a bit and it's not quite as solid feeling as a true alpine binding.
Going switch really shows this feeling, as your heel tends to slide around just a little bit with play and there doesn't really seem to be much elasticity in the binding whatsoever.
If you're doing tours upwards 2000' vertical or on a 5-10 mile trek in, you may want to go with a true tech binding simply because they're lightweight and still ski fine, but will be great for ascending.
If you want tech bindings, but aren't really keen on how they work for downhill, your best bet may be something like the marker kingpin. It's a true alpine heel mixed with a tech toepiece.
They aren't as light, quick, or easy to use as others out there from Dynafit, but they are at least more solid for actually skiing while not being as heavy as a plate binding. A decent compromise.
I would say really the kingpin is the way most people considering tech should go. The kingpin feels more or less just like an alpine binding but only weighs a fraction more then something like a radical. In terms of ease of use I would say they are easier then a full tech as the heel works in a conventional way. Really the only people I would recommend going for something like a radical would be guys who just care about the way up. If you still want to enjoy the way back down the kingpin is the best choice by far, in my opinion.