Sorry, but I want Floyds in all my Strats too. I may just do it myself with a drill and router. For you, that's a tough call. Maybe the body wood is weak and just can't hold the bushing? Jackson/Charvel solved this in the 80's by using an oversized bushing for their basswood bodies to spread the load. I don't know if I'd glue in a dowel and re-drill, or what. I've done this repair on a body back in the 90s and it's held (still play it today), but I can't remember if I filled in with a block of wood or what.