Before I order a Warmoth baritone conversion neck, I need to decide between the "vintage" style tuners (9mm hole) and the beefier, more modern die-cast tuners (10mm hole). If anyone can take a stab at answering some questions, thanks in advance. Are the vintage style tuners (stamped metal) significantly lighter weight than the die-cast type? Is there any functional difference between the two types? I've been happy with both kinds on guitars in the past, but maybe the die-cast ones are superior? Is a 19:1 gear ratio better than 15:1? I'm looking at the Wilkinson "EZ-Lok" tuners, which are available in both types for about $30 and should be "good enough." I did do a site search, but didn't see those specific questions. However, in a 2006 thread, RomanS advised that the peg holes were only big enough to take a .052 string, and the baritone set I use has a .068 low B — so has that changed or will I have to enlarge the low B hole? (I like the two holes in the EZ-Lok posts; the lower ones for the high strings should eliminate string trees. I wouldn't use both holes to "lock" the low strings, I'd just string them normally.) This is the first time I'm choosing tuners for a parts guitar, so any advice is appreciated.