I just installed the trem (o.k. "vibrato unit") on the Tele style body that I'm building and set it up to float, but this is my first trem-equipped guitar, so I'm not sure what is normal (it's a vintage style Wilkinson): There is the "neutral" (resting) position of the bar From there, I can push down on the bar, repeatedly, hard, etc., everything stays in tune, etc. Or, I can pull up on the bar - works well, though there is some slight play before it engages But, should I expect to be able to do one smooth movement that passes through the "neutral" point? There is way too much play in the bar right now to do that. Meaning, if I push down on the bar, and then not only release it, but continue towards pulling up, there will be a lot of play in between. Now, this is the type of trem that has a push-in arm and a set screw just beneath the bridge plate. I didn't screw in the set screw yet, which I'm sure explains for all of the play, but I even after I screw it in, I have serious doubts that this little screw will be able to stand up to the pressure of passing through the neutral position - is it meant to? Or is a vintage strat trem not really meant to be used in this way?