I have and Ibanez Jet King 2 with this style bridge: You can't see them here, but the intonation screws are on the other side of the bridge, each right under its respective string. This makes it hard to work on intonation even while re-stringing, doing it one string at a time, and all but impossible when all 6 strings are on. When the strings are removed, I can take the bridge right off the posts. Is there any reason I shouldn't/can't just flip the bridge around so that the intonation screws are out from under the strings? I figure I'll have to re-set the intonation since the saddles where positioned for different strings, but I'm doing this to work on the intonation, anyway. I believe the saddle heights are already set to match the fretboard radius (I can only raise/lower the bridge as a whole on either side). Could this pose a problem?