I've got the same bridge. I will say that aside from its good looks, its the most comfortable bridge ever as it has no sharp edges, everything is rounded off. I do have two complaints though. The bridge is a ***** to intonate as the saddles don't easily move forward or backward, the have to be removed, replaces and tightened down. That said, you should only have to intonate once, so not a big deal. The bigger issue was that there is simply too much play between the actual rollers and the saddle. When finger picking I could actually feel and hear them moving. Again, this was remedied by using a vice to squeeze the saddles ever so slightly to close up the gap. I love the bridge now, but it was anything but plug and play for me.