Need suggestions for a replacement bridge on my ‘02 MIM black Fender P bass with aged white pearl pickguard and rosewood board. Considerations: 1. Should “look right” on a black Fender P bass (maybe you know what I mean. The vibe should not be disturbed unless for a good reason). 2. Can be black or nickel, chrome, brass. 3. Needs to be an improvement of some sort over the MIM bridge. 4. Needs to be a design that is easy on the palm. 5. Needs to be a brand name for which parts are available, saddles, etc. 6. Should be able to achieve equally low action to the stock MIM bridge (or close). 7. So far, I think I might like to try a Fender, Gotoh, Hipshot, Schaller, or other brand name that I am familar with. 8. I like the high mass idea, but some of them are big and bulky looking bridges. I’m not sure how they look on the P bass. Black will blend into the color of the bass - looking less massive. With the idea in mind that high mass might be a good thing. Especially brass for potentially increased lows. I’m very tolerant. I am open to suggestions from those with experiences that I don’t have. My 1st time replacing a bridge on a bass. There is no need to replace the existing MIM bridge, unless I see a good reason to do so. You might be aware of good reasons to replace the bridge with something. Your ideas are appreciated. I have no idea which items are considered prefered among players. I am going to roll with TI 344 flats and a Quarter pounder. Putting these items on ‘after’ I decide on the bridge selection. The bass is in almost new condition. It’s a nice P bass. It’s going to be even nicer. The favorite bass that I own is an SR500. But this P bass is promising to be just as nice, in a Fender P bass sort of way. Thanks for your consideration and suggestions. I appreciate your feedback.