SofaKingSickpivots have earned their rep as super sick dependable bindings. cons include: some people think theyre a pain to click into in pow (it's fine IMO), the mounting pattern is sorta skinny, and if you break the brakes it's a pain to replace
but god theyre dependable. one of my pairs is from 2003 and ive been abusing them since the day i bought them
tyrolia attacks also are building a very good reputation
get more input, cause this is subjective and im not very big on using many different bindings. but those are two great bindings
I think you hit the nail on the head here man. ^
Pivots are fucking durable as hell but if any of the breaks snap, you're going to have to pay around 70 bucks to replace them. Now, if you aren't abusing your bindings to hell in the park you won't have this problem. I bought pivots for my setup this year and haven't looked back.
I own Tyrolia bindings (Arenalin and Attack) on all my other skis (about 3 other pairs) and love them to death. The Attacks are light as fuck (I think together, they weight about the same as 1 pivot 14) and they are pretty durable considering their mostly plastic body. You can't really go wrong with either.
I've also used Rossi Axial 120s (Pivot PX12s) on my powder setup and they work really well, never had any problems what-so-ever. I got them for 80 bucks on evo so it was a no-brainer. They are pretty heavy though so if weight matters alot to you id reconsider.
My only advice to you is go with what you want, don't let our opinions sway you. Sure we can give you reviews, input, experiences, etc. but ultimately its your choice.