I have a '19 mexican player strat that is currently decked (not sure if that's the right term, but, essentially, it's set up so that the tremolo can't move either way). I have another american special strat that is decked, so I'd like to convert this player strat into a floating trem. A few questions: 1. I recently acquired a player telecaster, and I absolutely love the feel of the saddles on the fleshy outer palm of my picking hand. I'm not sure what these saddles are called, but they're different from the bent steel style saddles that come on the strats; they're blocky in shape (they're not the barrel style saddles you see on old-school teles). These seem to have been common on strats in the 1990s, but I don't see them much on strats anymore. Does anybody know of any drop-in replacement saddles of this style that would fit on the player strat? 2. Related to item 1 above, is there any advantage to one style of saddle over the other in terms of tuning stability if I go to a floating trem setup on the strat? 3. When I move the trem arm in the strat, it's not as smooth feeling as I'd like. I'm not talking about the tension of the springs; instead, it feels like the trem arm itself isn't as snug a fit when it's screwed into the hole, so it wobbles around a bit in there. Any ideas on how to fix this? Thanks!