I just bought a Danelectro longhorn reissue and I love the light weight and playability. The only thing that bugs me is the bridge seems kind of cheesy. It's anchored to the body with a single screw at the tail and has two screws to adjust height of the rosewood front. It also sags a little between the two screws from the tension of the middle two strings. There is a "pro" replacement bridge available, but all it adds is saddles that move forward or backward to adjust intonation. They don't seem to do much to raise or lower each string or anchor to the body more solidly. If you have any experience with a Danelectro longhorn reissue, what do you think about the bridge? Does it do the job despite the shortcomings? Has anybody replaced it with a different bridge? Even a basic Fender bridge seems like it would be an improvement.