So yesterday, I did something I thought I would never do: I bought a Squier. I walked into Sam Ash just wanting to look at a few things. I wanted to try the J. Mascis JM because of the rave reviews it keeps getting all over the internet. I lined it up next to the Classic Player JM and compared. Holy wow. It was better than the Classic Player in my opinion, and costs half as much. I walked out with the J. Mascis with a hardshell case for $330. Great deal for me! Now here is what I'm thinking: the guitar plays pretty well so far. However, I think I definitely want to swap out the bridge. I have heard that a roller-style bridge works well on these because they are outfitted with a TOM bridge (link to a roller here http://www.guitarfetish.com/Roller-Bridge-Chrome-plated-fits-Les-Paul_p_661.html). Can any validate that this is a good idea? Just looking for a better bridge feel in general, the bridge is the only thing that feels cheap about the guitar to me. Buzz and nastiness. Next, I want to add in a buzz stop. Yeah, yeah, people hate on other people that add buzz stops on Jazzmasters. I know. But, I really am not a fan of the behind-the-bridge harmonics that keep coming up. Other than the reasoning "it's not a true jazzmaster thing to do!", is there any real reason why I shouldn't add a buzz stop? Lastly, what other mods should I consider? This thing has some serious potential, and I want to really dig in and get as much out of it as I can. Gonna get some Emerson 500k pots to swap out too.