This is Winter Park One, one of 7 Bajas in the flock. It has been forgotten from time to time. Marc Rutters (Edgemarc) sent me some stainless Tele saddles he made to see what I thought of them. I installed them on an flattened AV52 style plate and then I ruminated (I went on vacation) for weeks on which guitar to put them on. Finally, today I chose Winter Park One. In typical Baja style, I had to switch some 7/16ths height screws to get a proper setup. I used hex index 3/8ths for the two end locations. Marc had 3/8ths and 5/16ths, which I use on Highway Ones for instance. One of the neat things about a Baja is the geometry is such that you need not shim and yet the saddles boost way up for plenty of room for country style playing. It also sounds darned good this way. These Rutters chromed stainless saddles are very clear and a definite wake up call for this particular guitar. Not ice pick-y IMO through my Custom Vibrolux Reverb-Amp. These are some of the nicest sounding stainless saddles I've ever played, better than any steel barrel saddles I own. One thing you must get used to is understanding that the apparent tilt of the saddle between the two strings does not equal the height of the string. Because the string height is determined by the eccentric slot and NOT by the top of the saddle. Once you appreciate this and stop letting it bug you, you are off to the races because these things sound great and intonate great on a 9.5 radius Tele, A = 440 and using 11-49 strings with a plain G string. I will encourage Marc to switch to a stainless .020 - .023 wire spring, 1 inch and about .190 in diameter. I sure wish I could find some like this, but there's always Lee Spring and when you spend $ 400 THEN the price finally gets manageable. The music wire actually might be better when the saddles jack up like this but this stuff will corrode. The saddles themselves are amazing, and I will say right away the threading (for instance) on the saddles is super precision, close tolerance. Like Callaham. Not like Sung Il. Congrats to Marc for a very cool product.