I know the three saddle versus six debate has been done to death and there's probably some unwritten "no stairway!" type rule that I'm breaking by bringing it up, but this is a bit more specific. Jazz is becoming my main squeeze on guitar and I'm beginning to wonder if the vintage style bridge is really appropriate for complex chord voicings, especially with the fatter strings. Ted Greene, as we all know, had a 6 saddle on his Telecaster to negate any intonation issues. The only problem is, I'm a real Tele purist. I like a 7.25 radius and skinny vintage frets and subsequently, the look, sound and feel of a vintage bridge. So, jazz guys, do you think it's imperative to have a 6 saddle bridge for big, ugly chords?