I bought a new Fender Tony Franklin fretted Precision recently. This is easily the best of the P's I have owned, but it has one issue I would like to solve. The body is very lightweight alder (total weight is between 8 and 8.5 pounds) while the neck is a really dense hunk of maple...feels great, sounds great, but has this REALLY substantial heft to it. The bass doesn't neck dive, but it's also a challenge to get it to hang at the 40-45% angle I prefer. I've messed around with strap height but that doesn't really solve it. One thing I thought about was changing out the bridge for something with more mass, that would add some weight at what seems like the perfect area to offset the neck's weight. The stock bridge is a vintage style standard bridge, same as what they use on the American reissue basses I think. Absolutely nothing wrong with it, it's very solid and stable, but no real mass there. Hipshot makes a Fender mount A style bridge that's a direct replacement (I don't want to mod the bass at all). Anybody else make a high quality bridge that will add some weight without drilling any new holes? Leo Quan seems to have vanished, don't know what's happening there. Am I thinking about this the right way, or is there a better way to accomplish the balance I'm looking for?