OK, I'm new here, so be gentle! Also, I have done a search and have not come up with any answers, though I did see one other reference to the same problem. I have a Peavey Grind and my bridge has broken....TWICE. Peavey was kind enough to send me a new one at no cost, but that one broke as I installed it. Now Peavey won't return my calls or emails. I've spent a half hour searching the web for a pic of my bridge, but I just can't find it. I'll try to post one up later today, if it would help. The part that broke is the cast threaded receiver that you screw a screw into, thus adjusting the height of the saddle. The cast section broke and now I have no height adjustment. It's working, but I know the bass could sound better if it were setup right. I'd like to replace this cheap bridge with something a little more substantial. I do not need anything extreme and image is not what I'm after. I just want something that will sound decent and hold up. The bass is a four string, through body stringing. I'd like to keep the black theme in tact. I'm currently looking at the Hipshot A Style however, it's a bit more expensive than I was hoping. After all, I play one night a month, for the Kindergarten-6th graders at my church. Obviously, I don't have to get extreme here. I have a friend who's a guitar tech and will do the install, so if we need to re-drill, I'm OK with it, however, would love a direct replacement, if possible. Should I just ignore the through-body feature and put a Gotoh 201 on it? (I am correct that this is NOT a through-body bridge, right?) Where do you recommend I order this. I prefer to deal with a real company as opposed to ebay. What would you suggest? Thanks for helping the newbie! ON EDIT: I emailed Peavey late last night and got a call this morning. If I send them the bass, they're willing to replace the bridge, but only with the stock original bridge that I have no faith in. However, I appreciate the call and am VERY impressed with this level of customer service. First class, in my book. So, I'm still debating on what to do. I'm tempted to just swap out my bridge myself (my tech friend) and be done with it. Now that I've posted a picture of the bridge, any thoughts of what it is and it's quality? Peavey said I was tightening the screw too tight and these bridges hold up very well. Thoughts?