I recently ordered a new OEM Fender replacement ashtray bridge plate for my Squier CV Tele as I'm not a fan of the slightly foggy surface finish on the base. Excuse the guitar being dirty. These bridges collect lint and dirt like nobody's business. So I ordered a Fender OEM replacement and this was what the corporate giant excreted into a UPS box and sent to me. This is absolutely f*cking b*llshit. This is a brand new Fender replacement part and as you can see, there are casting imperfections, scratches, discolourations in the metal, and fogging to the plating. The very fogging that I was hoping that an OEM replacement would not have. You know your company is broken when the hardware on your cheap import instruments is far higher quality than the ones on your domestic products. Are Fender Telecaster bridges just like this in general? Is fogging on the bottom of the baseplate just an accepted thing? Any Telecaster owners willing to chip in?