Disclaimer: I have limited wood-working skills and limited tools. I have a tele body that has one of the bridge screws broken off just below the surface of the body. The other three screws seem to do an adequate job of holding the bridge firmly in place, but I just feel like four working screws should just be "better." (Or maybe it's my anal-retentive nature that hates knowing that things ain't exactly right hidden there under the bridge!) So I have a DeWalt 18volt battery powered drill. Can I drill out the screw with that without making a huge mess? What type of bit is required? It seems like if I can drill it out (or carefully chip away enough wood to get a firm grasp on the screw shaft with a pair of pliers) that I could then clear out a clean hole, glue a piece of a dowell rod and then sand it smoothly over, and re-drill the bridge screw hole. It will all get covered by the bridge in the end. Which of these techniques (or what other approach) would you use? Or, would you just leave it alone and go with the three good screws?