For the past two weeks, I have been busy finishing some of the 52 Esquire guitars I started last Spring. While adding 60 years to the hardware, I removed the saddles from the bridge and thought to myself, Are these (saddles that came with my bridges) going to be OK? I broke out the "Book" and flipped to the Nitty Gritty portion where the saddles are defined. Sure enough, what came with the bridges are not period correct. I'll have to make my own. The 52 saddles are made of 5/16 brass, are 27/32 long and have 6-32 threaded holes. The height adjustment holes are clearly stated in the "Book" are angled back and are not perpendicular to the intonation holes. My questions are . . . 1. do the vertical holes go through the center of the diameter? 2. do the horizontal holes go through the diameter? 3. what is the angle of the vertical holes. Boy it sucks being a Virgo sometimes. If I don't hear back from someone in the know, I'm gonna wing it with the following specs. I'll eyeball the angle.