I've had a few Squier Deluxe Active basses in my day and they all seem to suffer from the same problem: The tailpiece of the bridge lifts up under string tension. In other words, you look at the bridge from the side when it's strung and there's a gap between the rear and the body. That doesn't give me the highest confidence in the bridge itself. I see bridges like the Gotoh that have screws in the tailpiece: I was contemplating using my drill press to neatly drill 2 holes into the tailpiece, countersink the edges, and use 2 more bridge screws to prevent the lift. Has anyone done this before? If so, how successful was it?