I have a cheap Chinese Strat clone. It has a 6-point trem bridge with 2-1/16" (52.5mm) string spacing, E-to-e. I want to make the following modification, but am concerned about the E strings slipping over the fret ends and off the fretboard while playing. I would like to plug the six existing bridge-mount holes, and redrill for a 2-point tremolo bridge. My choice is the Japanese-made Gotoh VS100N, which enjoys a good reputation. But that bridge does not measure 2-1/16" E-to-e. It measures 2-1/8" (54mm). So it's 1/16" (1.5mm) wider. I can buy the less expensive Korean-made Wilkinson WVS50IIK version, which does measure 2-1/16" E-to-e. That would avoid altering my string spacing. But there's very little information online about that bridge, and what info does appear is confusing. Apparenlty the design has been through multiple revisions starting with VS-50, then VS50I, then VS50II and now WVS50IIK (K for Korea). I don't understand what each revision achieved, and some online remarks say the earlier versions were made of junk metal. Apparently the knife edges that engage the steel pivot posts deform, and maybe that defect applies to the current incarnation, too. And there seem to be competing versions of this product from multiple countries of origin. Ugh. The one I would buy is from MusicLily via Amazon for $54, but there are no meaningful reviews and MusicLily is a Chinese parts source (sometimes mfr, sometimes supplier/retailer) with mixed reviews. Some guitar manufacturers use the Wilkinson WVS50IIK, but I can't tell whether they're using one made in "a good country" or "a bad country." Or maybe they're ALL made by the same Korean source...(?) Very confusing. So I'd rather spend $40 more, buy the Japanese Gotoh VS100N and avoid the headaches. BUT...the Gotoh string spacing is slightly wider. See two pics below. It looks to me like there's still enough space from the strings to the fretboard edges, but I want to hear from you guys. My fret ends are not rounded over, so I have the maximum fret width possible. And I don't expect to play beyond the 15th fret. Also, the second image shows the fret-22 string spacing at a full 1-15/16", but geometry suggests the spacing would be slightly less wide at that point. One other factor: With this tremolo bridge set to FLOAT, I won't be BENDING strings (because all other strings go flat when you bend). So I might be able to get away with having my E strings this near the edges.