I have noticed a few of the Squier Standards in pawn shops, and now many more online. The bottom stud of a two point bridge pulls forward with enough force to crack the thin wood between the bridge block and routing, and allows the bridge stud to lift out of the body. Since I am planning to pick one of these up tomorrow that ISN'T broken, I was thinking of a preventative measure to stop it from happening. First off since I use E Flat tuning on all of my Strats, that will take a LOT of the pressure off immediately. Second, I am planning on taking a look at some flat corner brackets, and see which one would have the right screw spacing to fit between the posts, cutting one leg off, and screwing it into the back of the routing with the longer end sitting against the lower bridge post. That should brace it up quite well IMHO.