Hi, guys. I realize that many have argued each way for leaving a strat tremolo fixed or left floating (either a little or a lot). One of the main reasons I prefer to block them or leave them straight against the body is because when you play more than one note at a time and bend a string, the other note (or notes) take(s) a dive and goes flat. To test this, pick a note (say) on the "b" string. While that note rings, tug the "g" string above it with your other hand. You'll hear the note you're playing on the "b" string go a little flat. This really effects bluesy type licks. when you bend a string on a floating bridge, the balance is immediately thrown off and all notes get deeper. Conversely, the intonation stays true and in tune with a fixed bridge when you play multiple notes while bending strings. I've never heard this point made in these debates. It's really the only reason I've considered not letting them stay floating. Is this a factor for anyone else besides me?