Tyrolia is a really underated binding company. I would recomend these bindings to anyone looking for a light, safe binding. And with a din range of 5-15, they will work for just about everybody.
As i have already said, these bindings release very smoothly when they need to come off. They give you great control when carving and they also feel pretty light. They perform way better compared to my old salomon s912s.
The graphics are nothing special, but they aren't ugly. Who really cares how your bindings look anyway?
I got my pair for $135 of eBay. For the the money, I feel this is an excellent deal.
This binding releases only when you want it to. Both the toe and heel pieces are super safe and they release with ease when you need them to. I have never hurt myself during twisting falls when using these bindings. (I'm 150lbs, ski agressively and use these at a din of 9 or 10.)
This binding hasn't fallen apart in 60+ days of skiing. The plastic on the toe piece does chip fairly easily, but it in no way affects the performance.