Two lessons I have learned in the past few months, the results of which I WAS WARNED ABOUT AND DID NOT LISTEN. Here's your chance to get a chuckle. Number one, when fitting a new bridge, don't make it too thin, or within a couple months, you'll have a warped bridge. So I'll be ordering another one, and hopefully not be so cocky this time. Number two, I would like to pass on a bit of advice to anyone contemplating installing adjustment wheels on their bridge. This is a job for the pros. If you think it's an easy job and don't want to pay to have it done, here's my advice: Go to your workbench and open up your bench vise just wide enough to slip the fingers of your left hand into. With your right hand, slowly and with steady pressure, begin tightening the vise. (It would be a good idea to have a good, clean crew sock stuffed in your mouth at this point.) Continue tightening the vise until the urge to install adjusters on your bridge subsides.