MacGivor wrote an answer about Tyrolia Attack 13 Alpine Binding on October 1, 2013
You can have a shop pull the old bindings off your Atomic skis and mount the Tyrolia bindings. They will fill the holes left by the Marker's with some plastic plugs to keep water out. It is possible that the mount hole patterns may conflict a bit and may cause you to have to reposition your boot center on the ski forward or aft. If this is the case you may need to go one way or the other as much as a cm. I have remounted lots of skis and sometime this happens but you probably wont have an issue but its hard to say for sure. Remounting skis is done all the time. The only real negatives are it voids warranty and it does have the potential to weaken the ski and cause breakage (in theory anyhow) but i have never had this issue or seen this issue. If the ski is well built this in unlikely to happen unless you are hitting Chad's gap alot. :-) Its really only an issue for pro level skiers that are really pushing the envelope or it can be an issue if the old binding holes are not properly plugged therefore allowing water to come in contact with the wood core.