I have one Tele that is a 96 MIJ that I have a love/hate relationship with. The most recent issue I've addressed is this... The guitar has a six saddle bridge. In order to intonate the strings (10 gauge) some of the saddles seem to have to go back further than the design will allow. Either the saddle height screws fall into the recessed bridge mount screws (a mess), or the saddle length screw bottoms out and pinches the string. Or in the case of the low E, both. What is up with this? Is this an issue with 6 saddle Tele bridges in general? Am I over looking something? Seems like such a stupid issue for a decent, mid grade Fender. As a temporary solution, I've taken some shorter saddle length screws from another bridge and created a thin metal plate, about the size of a credit card that goes under the saddles and covers the bridge mount screws. This is working, but looks a little silly.