I have seen tons of basses on the pictures you have all posted on this wonderful forum. Basses with beautiful top woods, interesting headstocks, incredible knobs and pickup tops. I have seen fanned frets, many different body shapes, moveable pickups, hollowbodies and you name it I struck me today that on so many basses, even boutique ones, the bridge is just a plain square metal block. I feel there is huge potential there to integrate a bridge with the overall body/bass design. Lovely body curves are designwise contrasted with a square boring piece in the middle of the sweetness. Am I making sense? How about a laquered/painted bridges, or a bridge shaped like a wave or a dragon's head biting the string ends, or even a bridge that is shaped like a miniature of the bass body? Those ideas are just my crazy on-the-fly examples, but what do you think?