I have a Greco with the three point and claw set up. And although I really really love the bass, the three point with claw combo is not a good technical design. Recall that the three point on a Gibby or Eppi slides into the body bolts via three open front slots, then the strings hook into the rear of the bridge with string tension keeping everything in place. Not the case with the Greco. It's designed exactly like the Gibby three point, so it's slides into place nicely on the body bolts. The problem is the strings are hooked into the claw, so nothing is keeping the three point bridge from sliding backwards off of the studs except friction from the downward force of the strings. Consequently, whenever I go to play this bass I have to double check that the bridge is still fully in it's forward position and hasn't slipped back any (which it has on a couple of occasions). So either go with the three point and forget the claw, or go with a two piece bridge like the VP has. That's my advice.