Okay - so now have the Glendale bridge and HTS saddles on both benders with SD Antiquities on one (Alnico II) and SD Broadcaster/Vintage Rhythm on the other (Alnico V).
As previously posted, the difference with the Antiquities was quite dramatic. Great increase in twang and overall classic tele tone.
The change to the Alnico V's was less dramatic. They're still very mid-heavy pups, which is as advertised and what you would expect from all the manufacturer information. No complaints in that department, they sound how they're supposed to - and with the Glendale bridge I get more sustain and additional 'piano' qualities to the overal tone. But the Antiquities sound SO good now, that I prefer them. Have a set of Fender OV's to try out in place of the Broadcaster. Not sure how I'll end up going. I like the classic tele sound of the Antiquities, but it's nice to have that mid-heavy tone of the Broadcaster for more rockin' tunes. I'm sure the OV's will be closer to the Antiquities, but I'm expecting from my research that they'll be a little brighter and maybe a nice middle-of-the-road choice. Anyway, more frankensteining to do!