Hello! I finally pulled the trigger on this (link), which I had been eyeing for a while. Will likely by my backup at gigs, but from what I have read and listened to (sound clips), it is a great guitar. Just a few questions for y'all: - How difficult is it to replace a modern bridge with a vintage ashtray one? I have looked at the Bubba Mod, but was hoping it might just be a matter of getting a new bridge and doing some minor drilling. - Any recommendations for the route I should go as far as converting to a Nashville Tele? Pickups, wiring, etc. Part of the reason I got this guitar is that it is routed for any type of pickup configuration. My goal is to maintain all Tele sounds, but get close to those position 2/4 Strat sounds at times. If I like the stock pups, I may just try to get away with adding a used Strat pup by itself (if that is even doable). - Anyone have any experience with modifying this headstock to get rid of the pointed end, to make it look more like a "normal" Tele? Not trying to fool anyone, but I just don't care for that pointed end. I don't have any woodworking tools, but was hoping maybe I could sand it down. Edit: Just found this thread, which is helpful. - My other Tele is a Squier 50s BSB CV, and I love it. I have had it professionally set up, and never really messed with it, because it's such a nice guitar. With this one, for $80, I'm excited to learn more about setting up, etc. Any initial recommendations as far as easy things to do right off the bat to make a cheaper guitar feel and play well? I've done lots of searching, but figured I'd include this one in my post also, since folks might have experience with this specific model. - Besides the Nashville mod and bridge, not looking to put much more money into this, because I like the idea of just keeping costs as low as possible. Thank you all, and stay safe!