Hello, I'm new here, I don't quite have a Telecaster yet, just a one-piece Alder Vintage body from Warmoth. It will be loosely based upon a '52, bakalite pickguard, slotted screws etc. I'm looking for the best ashtray type bridge with three brass saddles, or at least three saddles. The bridge is the type attached to the body by four screws, not three as in the modern Teles. I don't mind buying a modified bridge, as long as it is in keeping with the '52 look. Top of the list at the moment is the Callaham pressed, and the two Rutters models, pressed and milled. The milled one looks a bit thick, but it does look beautiful. There is also a milled bell brass one by ABM, without a doubt it looks the best, but my priority is sustain and tone. What do you regard as the finest Vintage Telecaster bridge?