Hey all, I've been trying out these Schecter C-1 Elite guitars at a number of stores and I can't shake these stupid things.Check out the reviews @ HC. There are about 100 reviews and they're almost all teenage metal heads except for a few. One supposed seasoned pro was impressed, bought it and returned it after a few weeks. Said it just sounded cheap, bad wood, etc. Who knows? I don't. Anyway, the point of this thread is to address the tonepros bridge as advertised on Schecter's website. Some of the reviewers stated this was a cheap knockoff and needed to be replaced with a *real* tonepros bridge. WTF??!! Then I thought of all the "Floyd Rose" guitars out there. Oh, yeah. "Licensed" Floyd Rose. So is this the same with the Schecters? Anyone have any idea how I can find out? This could be the deal breaker that can get me to forget about this guitar. I know I will have to replace the pickups and the pots, switches, jack. However, if I also have to buy a new tonepros bridge, forget it. I'll have to spend somewhere between $550 and $600 for this guitar. Factor in all the replacement parts and it's just way too much money for a cheap Korean guitar with lot of abalone. Too bad, this guitar fits me better than almost anything I've played in a long time. It's light, too. But it's still a cheap guitar. There is also the fact that I cannot order one online. I have played five of these so far in different places. The difference in sound and weight is extreme between guitars. Like MIM Fenders, you really have to pick one yourself. Your chances of just ordering and getting a dog are very high IMO. So, how can I find out about the bridge? Sorry for the ramble.