I found this Bigsby-fied Squier Tele on Craigslist. Cost me $150 and a 2.5 hour drive each way, but given that my only other options for a Tele w. Bigsby are a Fender (expensive), a Cabronita (not into it) or installing a Bigsby myself (not out of the question, but intimidating), I'd say it was worth it. Enough talk, time for pics! According to the seller, it's a 1989 MIK, though I can't find a serial no. anywhere to verify that. The Bigsby is not stock, but it appears to have been installed very competently and works great. I haven't played it plugged in much, but it sounds dandy. A little softer than my MIM Tele, which makes sense given the Bigsby versus my MIM's though-body. It plays nice, though I need to string it and set it up with my preferred 10's (looks like the seller likes 9's). There were a couple of shims in the neck pocket. I have a slightly fatter Stew Mac one lying around that I'm going to put on instead. I didn't notice any buzz problems with the bridge, but the slight extra shimming and fatter strings will make sure of it. Probably put a touch more twang into it, as well. My idea is to make this into an Esquire. At this point I'm sure I'll be replacing all the pots, wiring etc., as well as getting a new pickguard with no neck pup hole. We'll see if the pickup stays or not. I'm in the middle of taking it apart, cleaning it and generally assessing it. More pics to come later. Thanks for all the info./advice on my previous posts on this guitar!