OK, so I have an odd question. I have a Squier Tele that originally came with a modern style bridge. I wanted barrel saddles, so I converted it. I went with a Glendale conversion bridge that bolts right up using the original holes. Obviously the bridge is a bit longer than an original to accommodate this. No problems so far. Fast forward, and I've always dreamed of owning a Tele with an ashtray. Of course one wont fit on the conversion bridge. So I'm considering filling holes and putting an original bridge on. But comparing the two, something just doesn't add up. Either the string-through holes are off, or the saddle location is. I've included 2 pics. One of the Glendale bridge in place, and another with an original sized and overlayed. According to this, my saddles now are in the entirely wrong place. And before you ask, yes, it's intonated. Anyone have any idea what's going on here? I'm stumped.