I'd been thinking of this, and I did it. The adjustable bridge needed a shim under the treble side and the bass side was just a bit low which made bowing the E string more difficult. Had to move my body out of the way. the action is just a bit higher, but it's louder and I like it without the shim. Could cut it down a bit, but it looks really nice now, professional, and it wouldn't if I cut it down, so I'll leave it. Somehow, probably just a mental thing, but it seems a more direct connection with the top without the adjusters. I also live in Florida, so it won't usually face bitter cold, and I've never adjusted the other bridge since I put it on, so should be good. Now just more practice to get as fast and comfortable with it as I was with the strings a bit lower. Oh, this is the first time I've changed the bridge and didn't have to re-set the soundpost!