A while back I cracked my bridge close to one of the wings, I glued it and all seems well. I have received a new bridge in the mail, I was planning on having a luthier fit it, but my recent unemployment has changed that. I'll be doing this myself, I'd appreciate some tips. When I fit violin bridges I use a dremel tool to sand the top into the right shape then place a bit of sandpaper on the top of the violin and use that to sand the feet to the right shape. Thinking about the DB bridge I think it would be harder to get the width even on the upper section with a dremel. I'm thinking about wrapping sandpaper around a wooden block to give a good flat edge to keep things straight. But what about the feet? I know it would take much longer to sand the thick feet of the DB bridge than on a violin, should I just do it the same way as on a violin? Any tips will be appreciated.