Hey all, So I got all the way through a rebuild on an '03-'04 Agave Blue MIM Jazz that I was taking from fretted to fretless (neck swap), and as part of that I took the saddles off another MIM Jazz - the one I took the neck from. The saddles on my '04 were dull and contrasted against the shine of my Kent Armstrong p/us, Audere control plate, and pearloid pickguard (yes, I'm quite happy with how it turned out. I knew the fretless I was pilfering from was older, but what I didn't realise was this: I think the saddles are smaller. I know late 90's MIM Jazz basses had issues with the pickups being the same size, but does this mean they adjusted string spacing with smaller saddles? I notice that the sides of them don't touch one another now, which likely means there could be side to side movement leading to intonation issues. So my question is this: am I imagining this, or do I need to get different saddles? Or, am I SOL and need a new bridge altogether? I'm not a big fan of the older Fender bridges that don't have grooves to hold saddles in pace anyway... Thoughts?