I have Fischer X14's on my Ninthward Rory Silvas, they were brand new this year and all i have had is problems with them. I bought them on ebay because i could get them pretty cheap, and thought that a 14 din binding would be able to handle the way i ski since i only weigh 145 pounds. But i was very wrong. First i had some pre-release problems on one of the two bindings, so i took them to the shop in my town, and the tech said that they were testing under what they were suppost to be, like i had them set at a 10.5 din and that one was testing at like an 6 or 7 din. So he did all the adjustments he could witch helped some, and then he said just crank up the dins on that binding, so i did. So i have been skiing on a 10.5 din on one ski and a 12 or 13 on the other. Then i ripped out my toe piece the next week. I got that fixed and had no problems for a couple weeks(probably because we got a park a couple weeks ago, and not much new snow until this week, so i was using my tm's mostly). Then yesterday i was using them and did a 180 to kinda a flat landing, and they just blew up. The top part of my heel piece that slide cracked and broke off and a lot of little pieces were scattered all over the place, and so i go and pick up all the pieces not very happily. So then i go over to my other ski that i didnt even know that there was anything wrong with, and the brakes are broke. One brake was sticking out at 90 degrees, and the other went straight down even when i put my boot in it. So i had to walk down half of my mountain carrying my skis. The point of this story is to not ever buy fischer bindings. I was thinking about seeing if they would warrentee them, but i do NOT want fischer bindings anywore so if they would warrentee them it wouldnt do me any good. The worst part is now we are getting dumped with snow as i type this, and all i have to huck cliffs and ski deep lines with is my 78 under foot, center mounted tm's. WARNING: NEVER BY FISCHER BINDINGS BECAUSE THEY ARE PIECES OF SHIT.