So, we've all seen this new bridge in use on many of Fender's basses which formerly would've come with the Leo Quan Badass II. I have admired it from afar myself and would've thought that it to be a pretty solid bridge. However, see the first video clip at 18:43 minutes and I bet you will be as surprised as me and Dave that there seems to be a bit of a problem. (I attempted to link to the specific point in the vid) Who doesn't see this issue of the saddles so easily sliding back and forth as an issue? If you have this bridge, have you noticed this yourself? I would sure like to have more tension over the saddle, this just seems weak to me. This vid was part of a series showing an interesting repair of a worn out refin 1972 Jazz modded with a crappy bridge and takes us through the troubleshooting and resolution of a few different maladies. If you do not like Dave's World of Fun Stuff, that's too bad...you can move on. If you wanna see the whole saga, links are below. The introduction to the 1972 Jazz is during the last few moments of a video for a 2012 Fender Am Std Jazz setup.