That's a quote from my other, "where's the cream filling" thread. I assume by "little blocks" he means saddles. The saddles on my Peavey are not attached to the bridge either. I've also read reviews on harmony-central, of a Spector model with unattached saddles. Can someone tell me what the deal is with these? Was it a neccessity based on the bridge design of these basses? That is my best guess. My other, is it just that maybe it's a cost saving feature, since it occurs on the cheaper line of most instruments? Besides wanting to know what the deal is with these, does anyone know how to adjust intonation with these? When I changed strings on the Peavey and a couple dropped out on me, I did my best to just stick it back in matching the dirt pattern, before I cleaned up the bridge. lol I know that's not an appropriate way of doing it though. There may be a place for an allen wrench as on most saddles, but I didn't check very close, because if they aren't attached, how exactly would that work? There may be a thread on this, and I apologize if so, but I wasn't sure how to seach for it. Still, I ran a quick search for "unattached saddles" and it came back empty. Anyway, appreciate any help/info in advance.