Although they're 'race' bindings, I've used them to tour quite a lot, and race very little. I love the automatic locking feature, just saves a step since I usually lock my toes all the time anyway. Pressing the toe lever to release the bindings is super smooth. Brainless execution of the heel piece; couldn't be easier to throw the tour mode platform up, and simply step in to ski. It takes a second to release the toe to reverse the process, but I take my skis off to put skins on anyway, so it's no issue.
Have turned the binding heels on occasion to create a 'flat' skinning position, but if the ski flexes at all, like while crossing a roller or during a snowy creek crossing, the heel pinches the boot. It's simpler to use this as a one position binding for skinning, and one for skiing.
I have not ejected from these bindings, ever, and I'm quite happy about that. Have skied some burly couloirs in them, too. All this in an ultra low weight package. Stunning. Did I mention they're red? Sweet.
Only concern I really had was that the heel piece mounting with three screws might allow the binding to be torn out of the ski easier than standard 4 hole mounted bindings. However, I use the Dynafit adjustment plates beneath the heel piece, and they mount with four screws. So there's been zero of that issue popping up.