I just got my new replacement bridge/tailpiece set for upgrading my '06 LP Stnd. The holes on the Faber bridge sit just a tiny bit wider than the existing ABR-1 posts. I find this odd since Faber only offers the USA 'INCH' and the non-USA 'METRIC' versions. Is this 'normal'? My tech guy who is doing a set-up & assessment is looking into it and said he may not be able to use the bridge without some sort of modifcation (i.e., moving the stud over 1/32-1/16 of an inch?!). He'll dig in and probably end up calling FABER USA...but has anyone run into this sort of issue before when replacing a stock Gibson bridge on a US made guitar with a Faber or TonePros? Another question, was it a bad idea to have the saddles 'pre-notched'? They look to be a bit off vs. the location of the notches on the original saddles. I'm starting to wonder if trying to upgrade the bridge is going to turn out to be a waste of money and/or will just set off a series of issues that need to be addressed.