I had the inward facing fold-up seats on my 110 and got rid of them for two reasons. The primary was that it's a tight fit sitting there for most adults - your head will hit the roof if you sit up straight. Secondary was my pregnant wife - can't have a child's carseat on an inward facing seat.
I installed the forward facing fold-up seats like you have in your photo. The do seem less sturdy, but I've never had one collapse. They do not use the same holes as the inward facing. I can't speak for using the "factory" holes, as mine's an ex-MOD FFR, and there were no rear seats. Note that you can also install these rearward facing.
I prefer the forward facing seats, as you can sit upright without bumping your head, and there's a bit more thigh support. They're also much easier to remove - just slide them out of the mounting bracket; the inward facing ones need to be unbolted.
The inward facing ones have a few advantages. First, it's easier to get in and out of the back; if both forward facing seats are down, you've got to climb around or fold them up. Second, the seatbelts are mounted on the side out of the way; the forward facing seatbelt mount is in the middle of the floor. Third, the view is a bit better for the passengers - they can see forward, backward, and to the side (if there's a window).
If you mount the forward facing seats in the rearward direction, it's easy to get in and out but you will block any sort of AC or heat from the front.
I can send some photos if you're interested.
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