Versatile, but not for resort skiing
The Voile 3-Pin Cable binding is not for resort skiing. Yes, you could use them at the resort, but the flex of them is very neutral, and do not offer an active enough flex to power through big turns.
These bindings are a good match for some older skis, or XC/Backcountry hybrid skis like the Karhu 10th Mtn, Fischer Outbound Crown, and other semi-shaped, light-weight, waxless (fish scales) crossover skis.
Meadow skipping, and Wisconsin roller hills are a good place for these bindings. Remove or attach the the heel assemblage depending on what you're using them for at the time.
Good product, just know what kind of skiing these are for before buying them. Hardwire bindings are more for resort and downhill oriented skiing. 3 Pin cables are more of a flat/rolling terrain touring binding.