Yes, I've heard of mixed results from others about the holes being slightly snug in some cases. Probably a combination of bridge and post tolerances and varies on each guitar. The one on my 5120 needed a bit of work... was the combination of the stud not being quite parallel to each other + bridge holes. But my 5435 was almost a drop in. I still took a exacto rat-tail file and just cleaned up BOTH slotted holes a tad and it was enough for a smooth slip-fit on the studs. Besides, unless you go crazy-stupid on it, it won't show.I'm likely soon going to grind out the bridge's treble-side post hole a teeny bit so as to be able to reduce the bridge's angle across the guitar's top; this particular bridge, as purchased, showed up with its post holes a little too tight, tolerance-wise, to sit the way yours does.
Probably going to work on the pickguard a bit, as well, as I'm finding its string-side edge rests too high and thus too close for (my unimpeded playing) comfort to the high E string.
My 5435 pickguard edge is slightly higher to the strings near the bridge pickup as opposed to the neck pickup side... but not enough to bother me and it doesn't bother my playing style.