Let me start this off by saying I've gone through a fair amount of bridges on one bass, so I'm familiar with the characteristics/tradeoffs of various metals, but I've never had a string-thru bass before. I've had the classic bent metal/threaded rod fender bridge, a Badass II, a Hipshot Kickass, Hipshot Style A aluminum, Hipshot Style A brass... I generally prefer a weightier bridge with round wound strings, and a lighter bridge if I'm playing flats... My question is: does using string-thru with a lighter bridge (ex: aluminum) give a similar response to using a top loaded heavier bridge? I'm looking at putting together a Warmoth bass soon and I'm very tempted to do string thru in order to give myself the best of both worlds without having to swap out hardware. Thoughts?