ok, i love the vintage strat bridge. i have learned how to set them up properly and i have no tuning problems. but one thing that EVERY fender bridge has done eventually is FAIL where the tremolo arm screws into the block. if it gets cross thread even a little (which is easy to eventually do, after you put the guitar in and out of its case 100 times) it then fits loosely on the threaded socket. which messes with your tremolo action...there is "slop" and it "wiggles" before it engages the springs. what is the best way to fix it? i have a EJ Strat with a vintage set-up but i am THIS CLOSE (makes a tiny space between my thumb and pointer finger) to just scrapping the bridge entirely and trying one of those new fangled "bladerunners"