So the other day I ran an exceptionally good 32 off. I have run the pass 1 other time in my life but this one felt as good as my 28's (which I never miss in practice). After being pumped about this I was skiing the next day and looked down. While skiing the day I ran the 32, I had to take screws off my dads ski and put them on mine (due to stripped screws I took screws from my dads ski and put them on mine). As we are putting the bindings back on my ski we accidentally put the bindings 1 spot forward of where they normally are. I did not know this. I thought I was skiing with my normal spot, and it resulted in more buoys. So this popped a question into my head. Is this the best way to test new fin/ binding settings? I know when I adjust someones fin/ binding I always say "dont think about the move, just ski like you normally do" but the fact is that the change is in the skiers mind and they are expecting change. I dont necessarily think there is any way to do this but I think that if it was do able, changes to skis would be a much more skier friendly endeavor.