7bmichaelmanid say i charge pretty hard honestly.
Do you regularly break shit tho? Like often?
What are your goals for the backcountry? if its mainly to just send big cliffs and throw spins and flips and stomp hard and not get too deep into a zone - maybe a few KM from the car - then daymakers on your current gear might not be a bad call. to just get you on top of whatever minigolf line you intend to send and get footy for the boiz...
But if your intentions are more mountaineering in nature, and you want to go further into the backcountry or summit remote or difficult access peaks, youre going to maybe want to be more realistic and smart and conservative about how you ski, because breaking yourself far away from services is a lot more of a risk to you and your partner than breaking your binding.
- note that someone like Cody Townsend, who absolutely charges harder than you or I, skis a lot more conservatively during his 50 project than he does out of a Heli on some AK spine covered face, and uses pretty minimal bindings and boots when hes touring - his go-to is the Salomon/Atomic/Armada MTN binding, which doesnt really have much to it. He rarely even uses the Shift binding (partially because its a pain in the ass that doesnt always work - cant tell you how many customers come in with complaints from that POS)
Additionally, you have guys like Hojrliefsen - another guy who charges harder than either of us, skiing in quite minimal boots and bindings from Dynafit as his every-day gear... He even gave up on using the Dynafit Beast binding because it was unnecessary, annoying, and heavy as shit and because Dynafit stopped making it because of the above reasons.
Ive dropped some decently large stuff on my Vipecs and my Kingpins without an issue... one of the goals of the backcountry is to ski in good fresh snow anyway, so you end up having great landing zones in deep pow - you dont have to worry about the landing being too firm or bumped out the majority of the time...