I've skied Dukes/Jesters, FKS/Pivots, and 916/STH16s.
I own many pairs of 916s. The brakes are easy to bend and replace. The only weak spot is the toe wing AFDs. If you're not careful, you can wreck them. I've never done it, but I've seen it lots. Very solid, predictable, proven bindings.
I have a pair of Dukes on my slackcoutry setup. They do the job. I'm not crazy about them, but they work. I've skied Jester demos in the past. They work fine too.
I haven't skied on a pair of FKS/Pivot in a long time. Bomber construction like the 916, with a shorter footprint and more elastic forward release. Very lightweight for an 18-DIN binding as well. Brakes only come in a few widths, and they aren't as easy to swap or bend as a Solly brake. There's a reason they were discontinued and then brought back a few years later. I would use them but I have a slight phobia of them. I fell once and landed on the heel piece, and it attempted to enter my rectum. Never again will I ski a Rossi/Look binding.