I've sort of left the bridge as the last item to work out on my bass (the fish) as I can make my own to suit whatever ideas come up. I've pretty well settled on no bridge at all, but I'm not sure if that will hurt the tone or sustain. I'm considering embedding 5 small threaded inserts (3/16" dia x 1" long) where I can attach the string ball ends with screws, and 5 larger threaded inserts (3/8" dia x 1" long) where I can install bolts that will have the heads reshaped to form a saddle. Being fretless, I'm not too worried about intonation, although it should be fairly accurate since the saddles will be placed to make the string lengths match my existing basses. Height adjustment and string replacement will be a breeze since the screws will all run free when the strings are slack. Good idea or bad?