The forgotten Squier? I have owned some Squiers in my time beginning with the first MIJ strats that came out in 1982. Along the way Squier has upped its game quite a bit. I am now the happy owner of a Classic Vibe 50's Telecaster which compares very well alongside some of the great guitars that have passed through my hands lo these many years. But one model seems to get lost in the shuffle and that is the Standard series Squier Telecaster which now retails for $249.00. I have just added one alongside of my CV Tele. The CV needs no modifications whatsoever. I may be inclined to mod the Standard. The only two things I would do would be to replace the bridge pup with something more retro (if at all) AND seek out a better bridge for the guitar. And now we come to the point of this post. 1) Has anyone replaced a bridge on just such a model? I am not talking about the Affinity models nor am I including the Bullet series. I am only referring to the series just below the Classic Vibe or the Vintage Modified...THE SQUIER STANDARD series. And 2) Did you find a direct modern style model or did you perform surgery and fitted a vintage "ash tray" type bridge? How so, if you did. Has anyone been able to find brass saddles that could be dropped into the standard issue bridge on the guitar from the factory? Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks.