The old classics, decently light for starting out and reliable workhorses. The unbreakable Dynafit toe piece, paired with adjustable release values, and multiple heel risers, can't go wrong with these.
Pushed these hard enough that the toe pins rounded off to such a degree I was worried about release from my toe while skiing, never actually released so perhaps not a problem.
As these things wear the heels begin to turn under the weight of your boot while skinning, slipping from walk into ski mode. This can be quite aggravating especially on steep icy sections, fixed by replacing the plastic bearing inside the heel tower, or my recommendation, mounting your skis with Maruelli anti-twist plates: https://skimo.co/maruelli-binding-parts. (Work wonders and lighten the binding up).