I have Callaham compensated Tele saddles. They make them from billet stock in brass or stainless steel. I have two brass for strings 1-4 and one stainless steel (a little more punch) for strings 5&6. They make top quality products. Callaham Vintage Guitars and Parts (Callaham 3 Slant Compensated Tele Saddles) (callahamguitars.com)Thoughts? This is for a vintage tele bridge plate of course.
I've tried a bunch. I don't care if they look straight or slanted. I do not want to feel any adjustment screws under my hand and don't want to do any maintenance on the saddles. I play heavy gauge strings and notches are a no-go for me, so I stick with the round designs.
I don't like the Callaham or any of the Wilkinsons, personally. Took all Wilkys off my Suhr guitars over time. Brass is not all the same, and I don't like the soft stuff that notches. The sitar thing happens on the treble strings over time, which I know you can sand away, but I don't like it.
Love and use 5 sets of Glendales. Four are brass and the other is the groovy steel. Excellent.
I have a set of JB Kohlers that are no longer made, fantastic product.
I have an ancient set of Mann saddles that he does not make anymore and they are about 25 years old, no notches. That guitar has been played to death and never an issue.
I've got some mystery sets that intonate great and sound fine.
Also, the Forney brass saddles are wonderful.
I tried some Rutters stainless steel saddles. Nope. All fundamental, no overtones, and the cut was wrong under the treble stings with my action and neck angle. I would have to file them to make the buzz stop, so they sit in a drawer.