To whom it may concern Recently I can across the warrior soldier bass line and was very impressed with their 'G-factor' bridge system where for the 5 string, the B and hte E string can be strung regularly or through the body which helps alot on the tension on those strings. I own a soundgear 5 string and am unimpressed the the lo B flabbyness and would like to tighten it up. If I got the right guy to do it for me, would it be a big deal to drill a hole throught the body of my bass right behind the bridge at the B and E string, dress up the hole with something like a washer so that it looks pretty and string my B and E through it to lighten them up? I'm wondering how risky that would be, and since the instrument wasn't designed that way originally, if 'I need to worry about things like neck torque and other things. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.