Matthew Parkwrote a review of Backcountry Access Alpine Trekker Adaptors on October 19, 2011
These are a great solution if you have a good ski set-up you like and want to get into to the BC. There are some things you need to do right out of the box that will save you some major troubles. Number one being, make sure they fit your binding well, not just that they get in there but that they stay in there when you have a boot in them and are touring. I thought they fit great in my look PX12's but when you tour the toe of your ski boot pushes on the toe piece of the binding just enough to tweak them out in the heel. I also learned the first time I used them that the front screws that hole the rails your boot sits on are not in very good. 30 steps and the screw fell out and was gone, leaving me with one boot locked in to the regular binding and one in a trekker. Buy some red lock tight, or do what I did and JB weld the screws in, (when would you ever need to take them back out?). I now have them on some Marker Jesters and they hold superbly in them.