My recently-bought body has 2 1/16" screw spacing, but my hands are used to 2 7/32" string spacing. I've had a few ideas how to tackle this, but they all seem challenging. Perhaps there's a good quality Strat bridge I can buy to convert the spacing? Ideally I'd like to fit a top quality bridge such as a Callaham. They only offer 2 7/32" strings with 2 7/32" screws, so if I go this route I'll have to plug the existing screw holes and redrill, which seems risky. (Plus the block routing might need to be widened.) Suggestions I've read range from plugging the existing screw holes with a narrow plug, through widening the screw holes pine dowel, through to routing out the entire screw area and filling with epoxy. I've tried making a narrow plug from a bamboo skewer using my cordless drill as a lathe. It looks a bit raggedy, but I guess that won't be so much of a problem once it's jammed into the hole. The new outer holes would be centred 2mm from the originals, and so the drill will not bite the bamboo there. The new inner holes would be overlapping the original holes though, so the drill will be biting into both alder and bamboo, which could make things a bit wobbly. Plus the bamboo grain would be parallel to the screws, while the alder grain is perpendicular. All this suggests I'd need to use a really hefty drill press, and one of these. Any thoughts, kind people?