Hi, I’d like to know your opnions, Strat players, on this. I have this 2013 MIM Floyd Rose Fender Strat , sunburst, which I already mod it several times, pickups, pickguard, etc, but never touched the Floyd, because thats what I wanted when I got it in the first place, and, unlike many Strat lovers, I do think the Floyd works well on a Strat, and never got the issues many of Strat guys complaint, to change the strings. However, last year I assemble a new Strat guitar, with parts from an old Squier (neck), and Warmoth (alder body), and the bridge I end up choosing was a Gotoh 510 , wich is a great traditional Strat bridge replacement, together with Fender locking tuners, and that guitar is a joy to play. What brings me back to my Floyd Strat, everytime I play it, I can’t stop feeling that something’s not exactly like I would like it to be. The strings are slightly taller on the Floyd bridge, what makes the action a sligthy higher, that, and the micro-tunings on the Floyd Rose, I think I& wolud prefer the simple headstock tuners, and also the fact that you can easily change the tuning. I’m thinkng on De-Floyding my FR Strat, maybe, swaping the bridge for a Schaller Vintage Tremolo, which measures the same as Floyd Rose, and does not require any modification to the guitar body, its a traditional string through bridge, which works with the same 2 post for the Floyd bridge, and also , for a better tuning stability, I would also swap the Fender tuners for new Schaller locking tuners. My only doubt would be the nut, obviously, I would take out the 3 locking pieces from the nut, but, would the guitar work well with only the base for the locking nut, and this way, I wouldnt have to modify anything, and could easily return everything to what it was, in case I wanted, or would it be necessary to install a proper nut for tuning stability, even with the locking tuners?