Much to my surprise, the Attacks both the 13/16 have become my go to bindings. For me they are simply the best value bindings on the market.
My 13s weigh under 1000g per binding including the brakes. They hold me in when I want them to and release when my legs are going to break otherwise. And they do so for less money than any other binding I've been on. I haven't noticed any difference in unwanted release or unwanted retention compared with my STH2s and I love those bindings. And these are significantly lighter.
I thought I'd break them but there seems to be metal where it's needed, though it's sparingly used on the 13. However there doesn't seem to be an obvious break point like the plastic heel column on the Market Griffon, which I have broken in the past.
Combine all of this with a low standheight and ramp angle and you have the recipe for what seems to be the perfect binding. However there is a fairly significant downside, and that is the brake screws directly in to the ski. Which means that when you inevitably do kill a brake (though they seem to bend not snap most often, you have to unscrew from the core and screw in the new brake, weakening the thread in the wood. Break more than a couple of brakes and you risk a binding pullout.
But even despite that, I'd still thoroughly recommend these as the best cost effective binding out there.