Where do you get good seasoned bridges these days? My two suppliers offer a C grade Despiau bridge. Their A & B grades are no longer imported. The Teller brand seems a bit more soft then the Despiau. Aubert I am told are a better cut but the wood is not any harder or more seasoned then the C grade Despiau. We find the older bridges tend to show less warping then a new bridge. It is frustrating to cut a new bridge only to watch it warp (turn up) in a matter of a few years. We are thinking more now about ways to re-use the older bridges that maybe seasoned for decades and just re-work them instead of cutting a brand new unseasoned bridge. I am open to opinions and leads on a good source for seasoned quality bridges.