I've been playning small group jazz pizz and some arco in the south Atlanta metro area for the last 8 years on a plywood Dvorak 3/4. I wasn't particularly happy with the tinny, string-raspy sound I was getting from the fIshman BP-100 that I mounted with clips per the instructions. And mics (lavolier wrapped in foam or a small goose-neck drum mic clipped on to the bridge) give feedback. So, after looking at some forums, the Gage Realist looked appealing, particularly because of its mounting under the foot of the bridge. It seemed that would produce a more natural sound. But rather than spending the $175 for the Gage, I put the Fishamn piezo plates under both feet of my bridge. Other than slightly canting the bridge due to the thickness (or thinness!) of the pickups, it works fine. I get a fairly smooth sound both arco and pizz when running thru a small (Behringer MX802A) PA and a Yamaha MS400 powered speaker. I run the keyboard and my vocal mic thru that board, too. Works pretty well at high volumes with no feedback problems (although not a naturally acoustic sounding as I'd like at higher volumes - the quest goes on). Anyway, just thought I'd pass on my present solution to y'all.