I've noticed when asked, most members here mention they are using BadAss II bridges, I assume on Fender 4 string basses. I'm rebuilding a Squier Precision and while the BadAss II does seem to get good feedback all round I'm more interested in the Schaller bridge that stewmac.com has. It seems more adjustable, more sturdy and I just plain like the look of it more. Why aren't these or the Hipshot bridges as popular? Is the BadAss technically superior or just better known in the market? I guess drop-in replacement is a bonus but I'm making fairly severe changes to this bass anyway so drilling a few holes isn't a big deal to me.