Hi all, I'm about to set about building up my first strat from various bits and bobs. I have an old Highway One body and am currently researching everything else. I was thinking of buying a Callaham bridge/trem/block/claw etc ( Callaham Vintage Guitars and Parts (Vintage S Bridge Assembly) ) as they seem to be held in high regard. However while surfing about earlier I happened across this bridge by Wudtone: Wudtone Custom Guitars, Finishes, Parts » Wudtone CP (constant pivot) Tremolo Bridge . The Callaham setup can be had for ~£125 and the Wudtone equivalent for ~£100 so the pricing isn't too different and I'm happy to pay the extra £25 if the Callaham is better. Does anyone have any experience of these two bridges? There are lots of (positive) opinions on the Callaham, but not too many I can find on the Wudtone except for the stuff on their website. At the moment I'm leaning towards the Wudtone because it has a shim plate between the bridge and the body (having the trem pivot against the wood seems inherently wrong, although I realise every strat ever made does this!) and because anyone who specifies the grade of spring steel in their product specs generally gets my vote Any thoughts appreciated!