I have a two point trem on my deluxe strat but it has been playing havoc with my double stop bends and in fact any bends involving more than one string. As an experiment I stuck a wooden block behind the trem block and it had the desired effect of keeping strings at the right pitch. As the tremolo block is angled in this guitar, cutting a wedge accurately to keep the bridge height at the 1/8 inch height Fender recommend is pretty tricky. My prototype block manages to achieve this, just about. However, until I cut the perfect block how accurate does that 1/8 inch gap have to be. Will being out by a couple of millimetres have a huge effect on setting the guitar up well?