For more than a decade, setting up a splitboard was a huge hassle that involved a serious investment of time and compromises in stance. Translating the Voile plastic pucks to existing insert patterns with strange plastic templates was a process that not only took a ton of time to sort out, but also restricted stance widths, setbacks, and angles to a narrow range of possibilities. The result was an often less than ideal stance and a total reluctance to ever lend out your board or set your stance back for super deep days.
That all changed when Burton integrated The Channel into the new Landlord Split. Building on a decade-long partnership with Voile, Burton's splitboard engineers created a new colab puck interface to link any existing Spark, Voile, or Burton Disc binding to The Channel mounting system.