I have a partscaster with a '57/'62 reissue bridge. I've noticed that under certain circumstances the bent steel saddles spread from each other slightly, which results buzz/rattle when I play hard. The solution I've come to is grabbing across all six saddles and pressing them together when this starts to happen, but I'm wondering if there is something in my setup that is causing it or whether it is inherent to these bridges? The saddle heights match the fretboard radius, and the individual pins are set unevenly to approximate the arc. I'm considering setting them evenly, but with the same string height to see whether more sure footing fixes the issue. I'm also thinking about trying the American Std style saddles. I'm a pretty high action player and cannot stand any buzzing at all. Any thoughts?