Yep,sorry. But it's different this time because I need to know,not some other random ethernet abuser. I've just finished a strat partscaster and I'm in the process of fine tuning to suit my needs. All is good so far,with no major issues aside from the compromise that is the trem system. Question. Is it possible to have the bridge floating as per Fender specs and still be able to do all the little double stop,double bends,pedal steel stuff I like so much? This is how things presently stand. 1. I can have the bridge floating enough to give me the intervals on the G,B and E strings A#,C# and F respectively. Tuning is really stable with this setting,I can lay the whammy bar flat on the body,or pull back to the fullest extent and it returns perfectly to tune. BUT,I can't play the double stops because once I bend one string the others go flat. 2. I can have the bridge down on the body just enough to allow me to bend a string without sending the others flat. BUT,only gentle use of the whammy bar is permitted,otherwise several strings are returned sharp,probably hanging in the nut. The nut seems good otherwise lots of behind the nut bending doesn't adversely impact on tuning. I will live with situation 2 if I have to,because at least I can play the way I want to,but I don't like giving up on little thing that niggle. Fix me up,you bad boys.