I recently bought a new Squier Tele HH (FSR with matching headcap - metallic orange). The one I have in my possession is a replacement, as the first one I recieved didn't have a straight hole to be found anywhere on the body. My replacement has a chip in the finish right where the neck meets the body (as though someone was stopped just before making the catastrophic mistake of inserting the neck incorrectly). No huge dealbreaker there - at least the 'buckers are straight on this one. The guitar is new, but was only $179 (plus cost of GC pro coverage warranty). Other than that, everything looked pretty durn good. Until I took it home. Upon setting it up, I realized that the Low E wouldn't intonate. I know this is a common problem, so I tried removing the saddle spring. Even with the intonation screw pushed all the way up to the string (thru-body with modern shorty bridge), it still won't intonate. Upon closer examination, the bridge is crooked - but crooked in the wrong direction for intonation (low-E side is a hair closer to the nut than the high-E side). Would you guys take it back and take a chance on getting a worse replacement? Or would you advise filling and re-drilling to mount the bridge squarely? I'm of the mind that if a guitar doesn't play in tune, it ceases being a guitar and becomes a boat anchor. If it were a used guitar at a really good price I wouldn't sneeze at it. Ack! Thanks in advance to all the pros who can help me get this lined out!