Looking for opinions, which there's never a short of around here! Premise: I'm putting together a 7-string partscaster Strat. Please understand that the typical bridge options are NOT available to me, so it won't help if you start suggesting random tremolos to me because they more than most likely don't make them for 7-strings. I'm debating between using a 7-point trem or a 2-point trem, and these are the best available options I've found: 1) Vintage trem: eBay special 7-point trem with a steel plate and zinc block. I'd put bent steel saddles on it. Quality looks OK, but you won't confuse it with a Callaham. 2) 2-point knife-edge trem: 7-string version of a locking American Deluxe trem. Steel saddles, plate, and block. Very nicely made piece. I want this guitar to be as Stratty as a Strat can be. Which one would you use? Why? (I know the title says "6-point" trem, but if I said 7-point everyone would be confused). Thanks!