Looking to do a few upgrades.... trem was suggested to get a 007-1014-049 big block MIM trem which should direct drop into my Squier SE. I emailed Fender about those... some sites say chrome, some polished steel, some nickel-plated steel... ideally I want all nickel hardware. Looks nicer, ages nicely, looks more vintage. Not heard back yet though, but if anyone knows of a vintage style nickel trem, let me know. Tuners. Lots listed in nickel which is why I assume their must be nickel trems, then again there may be, but only for the USA strats. While searching I did see some listings for vintage style Squier tuners. 007-4936-000. But then says that they need 8.7mm peg holes, which is the same as the USA Fender tuners. - Are there vintage style tuners that fit Squiers with 10mm holes and not as wide spread overall? I noticed when using the vintage ones on a Squier, the low-E is pretty close to the edge on the back. - Are the vintage tuners I mentioned the same as the USA ones just made more cheaply? - And I guess... why are they all listed in nickel and bridges seem to be chrome? Just curious to know if a direct fit, no conversion bushings needed vintage style "bean-button' tuner with the split on the top available. Otherwise, I may grab the Gotoh equivalent, plug the holes and redrill them the correct size and spacing. With the bushings in place... the high and low E will have a hair more than 1mm of the plug showing, but on the back, the tuners will all sit together properly and way from the edge.