Originally Posted by ctmullins
Gorgeous build quality. Sturdy as a brick house. Infinitely adjustable. Quirky. Not a retrofit for anything known to man. Taller than the typical Fender-style bridge, so a neck angle or a bridge recess is necessary.
Agreed, with almost all of this.
I have one on an 85 Ibanez 5 string bass, and it was the only bridge available at the time that would go narrow enough for the string spacing. No shimming or routing required to mount, although the size required moving the bridge PU toward the neck approx. third of an inch. Improved the sound of the bass' sound imo. I have another of the same bass pretty much stock, sounds different.
Initial set-up was a bit of a PITA, but since it's been rock solid. Don't think I've really adjusted it, besides string height, in a decade or so. String height adj. requires no tools, really quick.
It is heavy, though. Feels like it adds a pound.