SteezMcGeeI had to have them release tested for work (park coach) about a month ago and they passed. They always release on me when i catch tips or do anything else that can twist my knee, but what annoys me is if I land on a rail sometimes the bindings will release, like the other day I was doing Sw lip 2 onto a downbar and as soon as I hit the rail my front ski popped off, wasn't even a hard landing nor was I trying to pretzel.
No way I'm getting new boots, after some recent modification they fit me perfectly and I love the SCS bootboard in them. (Also salomon doesn't make the ghost in 100 anymore, only 80. Gonna speak with the rep though and ask if they're using the same plastic in the 2 boots, only difference might just be the lack of a factory rivet on the 80)
I realized in my OP I forgot to mention that the ghost doesn't have interchangeable soles like other boots. But you did mention something about plates, I'll inquire about that at my local shop.
**This post was edited on Feb 12th 2019 at 12:07:44pm
I'd look around online for some 100s since you can find them occasionally if you love them that much.
The plates are what racers tend to use- https://www.peakskishop.com/Boot-Lifts-Installed-Parts-and-labor_p_4536.html
I'm not sure if they can do that given the state of your soles but it's worth inquiring. If Onenerdykid pops in here he should have an idea if it's possible.
If that doesn't work, I don't really know of any binding AFD that can be made tighter than standard DIN thickness. Most with adjustable AFDs can go lower for more room but I don't know of any that can be made to go higher. FWIW, bindings with adjustable AFDs include Tyrolia Attack AT version (I think 14 DIN) or Salomon/Atomic Warden. I believe STH 16's (not sure if both 1s and 2s) can be raised and lowered as well but that's the toe piece rather than the AFD itself.