I have a California Series Tele ('97), with neck humbucker and Tex-Mex bridge pups. It has a 6-saddle bridge. I read a lot about players replacing their 6 saddle bridges with 3 saddle bridges to achieve a more "vintage" configuration. My question to the community is, wouldn't the 6 saddle bridge be preferable to the 3, if only for the ability to more perfectly achieve intonation of the instrument? To my mind, when 2 strings share a saddle, accurate intonation can be achieved for only one of the pair in some instances.