I recently bought a 2001 Strat (not sure which model) off of Ebay. When it arrived, I noticed that it had two different styles of tuning pegs on it. I guess I didn't notice this in the photos before bidding. I restrung it before thinking about taking a pic, but I did include a rough sketch. The issue that I have (outside of knowing if this is something that the factory would do) is that I like to have the string wind down the peg. The shorter peg style with the "hat" makes it very difficult to do this with a wound string. There simply isn't enough space to male the windings with out overlap, unless you use very little excess string. For the three smaller strings, this design isn't an issue due to the thinness of the strings. That said, if anyone can enlighten me on this situation, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Sorry, can't get the pic off of my phone to download. I have never attached a pic to a message before, so I will have to study up on it. The two bass string pegs are the standard "hourglass" design with a hole in the middle. The other four are shorter in height and have some type of "hat" design sitting on top of the hourglass shape. The "hat" has shoulders that extend outward. Almost like a lip that was designed to keep string from sliding up but that is just a guess. All of the pegs looks the same on the mounting side and all have the Fender stamp.