Originally Posted by pudge
I think it's wilkinson that makes a tilt comp 2 saddle bass bridge.
That's correct; they're on the 'bay at quite widely varying prices. I've just been setting up a Squier VM P (tb), my 1st time dealing with a 2-saddle. What I did find was that grasping the saddle 'twixt thumb + index and applying a rotating force in the direction I needed was enough (just) to get the E+A agreeing with my tuner. The D+G not quite and I had to settle for a compromise. It's not so bad that my earwax curdles.
It's certainly more of a pain than a 4-saddle; if it were a regular job (with flatwounds, I like them old) it might annoy me enough to consider the Wilkinson (wonder if a TBer has tried it?) or, like suggested, a 4-saddle and a bridge cover.