Ok, where to start? SIMPLEST BEGINNING: I want to put a kahler on one of my guitars. I have an SG, a PRS 245, A conversion neck tele (Warmoth 24.75), and a 99/00 mim strat, as options. I'm rejecting the 245 because I think based on initial measurements that the neck angle and wrap around fixed bridge would cause problems or excessive mods. Rejecting the SG, because while they make a kahler for it, it's also the most expensive guitar I have, and is completely stock, currently. That leaves the tele and the strat. My long-term goal with the strat is to most likely put a conversion neck, for the 24.75 scale (old finger injury makes shorter scales feel better to me). So I'm looking at 2 options: OPTION 1: Install the Kahler on the tele, which already has the 24.75 scale. No existing route, so this is probably the simplest. OPTION 2: Install the Kahler on the strat, trying to find a position that will work for both the 25.5 scale neck on it now, but also on a conversion neck, if I go there in the future. To give reference, I had to put slightly longer saddle screws on the tele, for the same conversion, it was literally one string that was one or two threads too short for proper intonation. So for those experienced installing Kahlers (and conversion necks, possibly), assuming I try for OPTION 2--putting the Kahler on the Strat... QUESTIONS: First question: Could I mark my point of contact with the saddles on the strat, using the stock neck, then bolt on the tele neck, and do the same thing, and compare measurements to see what to do with the Kahler? Or does the kahler allow enough movement that it doesn't matter? 2nd question: Any routing problems putting a 2300 Kahler into the 6-screw strat route? And would the conversion neck adjustment in positioning (if there is one) going to cause further problems at all? 3rd question: Does it make more sense to install the Kahler on the tele or the strat? I tend to go to the tele for the reasons you go to a tele, and so in a way it makes more sense to me to do the Kahler in the strat, which is designed with a trem, just because a tele is not what I normally go to when I'm thinking about a song that requires a trem.