First, thanks to all who took an interest in my quest to find a decent performing wraparound bridge for my Firebird III. I had used a Wilkinson (wouldn't intonate) a Schaller 455 (easy to change strings but muddy sound) and an el cheapo new production compensated bridge (like the original but with the G set back behind the B) that sounded pretty good, but broke strings like crazy. Also tried a Hipshot Baby Grand, but its tolerances were too tight and it wouldn't install. So the winner is (drum roll please) the Pigtail. It's got a nice clear sound, easy to intonate, and not too bad for changing strings. Another thing I like about it is that the saddles aren't notched. This works great for me, because I like a flatter radius on the bridge. So if you don't notch it, it provides a nice all-purpose radius that's especially good for bending the E and B strings, which I do a lot. I've had it on for a week now, did a gig Saturday, and it sounds nice and clear. Only beef is that I wish he'd make the "ears" thicker so it seats better on standard Gibson studs.