Hey everybody. I have two MIM Jazz basses; a fretted 2000 model, and a fretless 2002 model. Nice basses, except for the hardware, particularly the tuners. And the bridges-the one on my fretless, the A string kept dropping down all by itself. The local music shop said to use crazy glue on it. Well, I did that, but thought why should I have a new bass with a bridge being held together by crazy glue? So I shopped around, and ended up going to the Warmoth site. I got two sets of Schaller BML tuners, and two Gotoh 201 bridges. The tuners were $46 for a set of four chrome, the bridges were $23 a piece. The bridges of course went right on. Big improvement IMHO over the stock bridge. The tuners required new mounting holes to be drilled, but that was easy. They fit the existing bushings, so that was no problem-the new ones were almost exactly identical anyway. Well, they are also a huge improvement over the stock tuners, and not too expensive. So now, I'm really a happy camper with both basses I have a MIM P bass deluxe special that will soon need new tuners also ( they weren't as bad, and since the vintage style bridge is actually pretty nice, I thought I would do the Jazz basses first.) So in the near future, I will change those tuners, but leave the stock bridge. I asked a lot od questions about these mods here before going thru with it, and you guys were a big help-especially Hambone! Thanks for all the help guys, I really appreciate it !