Okay, so, I screwed up... big time. I wish I had pics, but unfortuately I don't. Anyway, I have a SR5 that I wanted to make into a string-thru body bass. It seemed simple enough, as the screw holes on the bridge seemed to line up well with the 3 strings they are in line with. Long story short, my father-in-law and I took my bass to his garage and basically hacked our way thru the body and made it a string thru, just like I wanted. Now, it just looks like crap, and I want to reverse it, but given my limited knowledge of a repair of this magnitude, I am extremely hesitant. Here is my question- should I leave this the way it is, as I intend to never sell this bass (never say never), have it professionally repaired, OR should I have a 2Tek bridge installed? Granted the last choice seems like it came from left field, but I saw one on a bass the other day, and not only does it look good, but it's supposed to improved sustain and such. Anyway, I need your help. I'll try and post pics as soon as I can. Thanks!