Hi all, I have a hardtail 8-string that deep down really wishes it had a tremolo instead. Fitting a Floyd 8 would be tough because it has a soapbar pickup fairly close to the bridge, so the Floyd Studs are going to end up closer to that route than I'm comfortable with. But the t4m tremolo is different: the saddles can come up to where the pivot posts are, so I could install it with a lot more wood supporting the studs. Anyone have experience with this trem? I've never used a bridge with these "infinite tuners" on them: do they work well? I worry they won't hold tuning as well as a true locking saddle, but who knows? If I'm going to use something funky without locking saddles, I instead could just use a Kahler. It's a bolt-on guitar, so I could shim the neck up or down to get the action right for the Kahler saddles. For years my only guitar (hard to imagine!!!) had a Kahler and it was totally fine, but all the internet hate on that trem makes me irrationally nervous to use it again, which is dumb but is still a thing. Thanks!