I’m about to install my Rutters compensated 3-barrel brass saddles, but seeking verification on the correct placement of each individual saddle. Check out the photo where I labeled each individual barrel with the corresponding strings they go under on the bridge. I’m pretty sure that this is the correct placement, but when I look at the string slots cut into each barrel, the slant pattern going from left to right across all three saddles doesn’t look right. However, when I look closely at each string slot there is a small raised edge within the slot where the string would initially make contact after it comes through the body (Zoom in closely on the attached pic), and when looking at these respective raised edges within each of the string slots, the slant pattern going from left to right indeed looks correct. So if I’m using those raised edges within each of the string slots on the barrels as my guide, I achieve the desired pattern outlined below for each string in relation to its proximity to the nut: Low E & A Barrel Low E string = further A string = closer D & G Barrel D string = closer G string = further B & High E Barrel B string = further High E string = closer Additionally, these came packaged already “set” in this particular order on the cardboard that held each saddle in place, and the length of the outer screws on the barrels on the left and right are shorter (check pic) which is further indicative of how they should be placed. Confirm? Thanks!