So, having done some searching, I've decided it's still worth it to get some individualized recommendations. So, long story short, my current stock fender bridge, while fine, has some nasty burrs on the saddles. While I could file them down, or just replace the saddles, I'm kind of in the mood for some snake oil, so I've been thinking of swapping it out for a new bridge. The Badass II is "the" aftermarket bass bridge, but from what I've gathered, you can spend much less money for a great bridge from Gotoh or even Fender. So if I can get hyped for something cheaper, that could save a fair bit of money. However, there are a number of options available, and I'm not exactly sure what the main difference is between them all. I'm mostly concerned with functionality, and ensuring that the string spacing will line up. Everything else will be for placebo effect, mostly. I'm thinking a high mass bridge, but really I'd just be satisfied with anything meatier than the stock bridge, since it's mostly between my ears anyway. Just looking for a nice solid piece of kit to personalize a little and hopefully help fix my little string breaking problem. As a short addendum, I also could stand to change the control plate, since the plating has started to peel. Would I be able to get a different finish on the hardware, like gold or half-black, or would it look kitschy (especially without changing the tuning machines)? For reference, it's a sunburst with a pearloid pickguard. I'm leaning towards playing it safe, but if anyone has any strong arguments, feel free. I hope you'll forgive the "help with this common question but for me in particular", and thanks in advance!