I've just bought this ABM bridge to replace the original flimsy one in my MIK Tobias Deluxe 5: It looks very solid and well built but I'm worried that just 3 fixing screws may not be enough to keep it in place securely. What do you guys think? I'm tempted to drill a couple more holes in the 2nd and 4th string positions just to be sure, or at least to use bigger / longer screws. I know there are other 5-string bridges out there with only 3 fixing screws (like the Schaller 496) but most have 5. Besides the reason I'm upgrading is that the old bridge was bent upwards at the rear due to the string tension, which means that it's not exactly negligible. OTOH the body is maple so maybe in a softer wood it would be a problem but not in my case. So, what would you guys do: leave it as it is, bigger / longer screws, new holes?