After the third attempted purchase of a workable metallic orange FSR Affinity Tele HH, I opted to spend a little more and get the new Candy Apple Red Standard Strat (apologies for not announcing the NGD - I wanted a little time with it before I claimed it as my own). I LOVE this guitar! The Alnico pickups sound nice to my ears! Everything was well done except for a badly cut pickguard which I fixed. The neck pocket was immaculate, for those who want to know - and it is indeed routed for HSH configuration should I choose to do so! So... The trem block is poopoo in her as expected. Is there a bolt-on upgrade that is close to 60s-era "dirty" blocks? I also would like to replace the bridge plate if possible, though it's not do-or-die. What I'd like to know is, which parts should I be looking at? MiM standards? American Standards? My bridge has the narrower string spacing, but I'm not certain which conventional models share the same trem post width... (I read somewhere last night that it's actually the same bridge used on Jackson guitars and not upgradeable, but I can't be certain). Although the nut is fine (for now) does anyone know if my Indo Standard Strat has a curved nut - or is the base of it flat like typical Squier replacement necks? I want to swap for a pre-slotted Tusq XL (which would match the saddles I have in mind).