Got a Squier Tele, Chinese, thinner body, no skunk stripe, neck feels great. Wants a new bridge. But it's a top-loader with super-loose tension and not enough downward pressure on the bridge saddles, in my not-so-expert opinion. I say this because the high string's saddle lifts up and 'clacks' against the bridge when I chicken-pick it. I upgraded its tuners to locking Hipshots (good!) and now I'd like to put a top-loading bridge on it. It doesn't have to be a Tele bridge. Once I had an 80s Squier Tele and swapped its knuckle-cutting ashtray bridge for a top-loading hardtail Strat bridge. I don't recall it having ever having that clacking problem. I just don't want to spend crazy money on it. Main interest is having the Tele not 'clacking' when I chicken-pick the high string. I love the easy bending, but wish it didn't clack. Give me recommendationz, dudez!