I ordered a Kluson right away after I posted about being interested in one, but for some reason, I just now got around to installing it. I had a little problem with the CRV, trying a new shop only a couple of miles from our house, I hope they work out just fine. Anyway, since I was afoot, I thought I might as well take advantage of the time, and go ahead and install it. Simple enough to do, I did as some have pointed out have to drill the holes for the screws for the bridge pickup out a little. I had a good drill index on hand my golfing buddy gave me years ago, so I just went the very next size up, and more than anything just cleaned the chrome out of the holes. No damage to the bridge at all from the drilling. Everything else was a breeze, put on a new set of DR Pure Blues 10-46 strings, and am completely 100% satisfied with the new bridge. I only bought the Kluson over the Gotoh because I found one at a good price. I never could get the sixth string to sound right on the 3 saddle. It was not so much the intonation, I just couldn't get the string long enough for the scale. With the new saddle everything measured out nicely, and I only had to adjust the saddles a tiny bit on each string. I measured from the inside of the nut to the center of the twelfth fret, doubled that and started the strings on the 1st, and sixth from there. Everything else worked out to the common zigzag pattern you see on that sort of arrangement. Everything simply fell into place nicely. There is a difference in tone, sound or whatever that even someone with as poor hearing as I have to notice. For want of a better term, the tone is just cleaner, and that's what I've actually been looking for. I'm not saying I got a new guitar, but it's enough different along with the Kluson tuners that it's not hard for me to pretend I did. I might even get to where I like it enough to play it!