Hey, everyone. Just kicking around the idea of switching out the bridges on my MIM Fenders. I have an 2007 MIM P and a 2012 MIM Blacktop Jazz. The Precision has the regular mim stock "bent tin" (is that right?) bridge that looks like this: www.fender.com/guitar-bass-parts/bridge-assemblies/standard-series-bass-bridge-assembly-chrome/ and the Jazz has an mim stock high mass bridge. I'm considering replacing both of them with the vintage model: www.musiciansfriend.com/accessories/fender-p-bass-j-bass-vintage-bridge-assembly I know some of you have done this switch out. Are there differences as far as quality? Better materials? Better craftsmanship? Is the design (ridges on the saddles, etc.) an improvement? I like that it will let me lower the strings more than the high mass on the Jazz will. I was initially thinking Gotoh 201, but the string height factor has made me second guess myself. I wanted to try not to do any shimming. Also, is this a drop in replacement? I know it's a 5 screw bridge which is what mine are, but are there different models to watch out for? I wanted to avoid screwing new holes and such. Sorry about the long post and thanks in advance.