Well, I had a fender B5 bigsby kit installed on my 2008 MiM Telecaster Standard a few weeks back, and I love it. However, the jaguar bridge that came with the kit is not the best. The strings make contact with the back plate of the bridge so the strings would get hung up every time i used the wiggle stick. Also, I lost sustain. I tried it raised as a rocking bridge, as it’s intended, and that was bad. Then I dropped the base and raised the saddles, that was a bit better. However, I want this thing to work as well as it can. So after some research and asking questions, I broke my piggy bank and ordered the Mastery M1 bridge. Here she is: No, it ain’t that pretty, Definitely not vintage, but it’s made a huge difference already. The strings go straight from bigsby to saddles. Like so: I’ve tried it with the plate bottomed out with raised saddles, and I’ve now set it as is directed, raising the plate for string height, and then fine-tuning the height with the saddles. Setting the intonation SHOULD be easy, however, the tension bar of the “F” b5 and the bridge are too close to fit the included allen wrench. Luckily, I had one that was the same size that fit. Only needed to adjust the A cuz it was a tad flat. Not bad! The real test will come next band practice. But so far, I’m pleased with the investment. The tuning is far more stable than it was with the jaguar bridge. If I abuse the bigsby, yes, it’ll still go a few cents flat, BUT that’s when I touched handle to pickguard. I’m not going to be doing that anytime while playing with my band or by myself. It was just a test. All right, that’s enough talking about this thing.