A little while ago I picked up one of the early 2000s reissue Kramers for dirt cheap. I think its an FR424. I fell in love with Locking Trems over the last year or so, and thought this would be a nice way to pick up a second guitar that I could keep in an alternate tuning. I brought it to my tech and he was going to install new pickups, electronics, noiseless springs, and a brass sustain block on the bridge. Unfortunately he ran into an unexpected problem during setup - some of the saddle adjustment holes are stripped on the base plate, so it wont hold intonation. I have two options at this point that I am trying to weigh out - For about 50 bucks he can replace the base-plate with a hardened steel version, or for about 180 he can put in a whole new Original Floyd Rose. I have done some research but am still feeling somewhat stuck. I am curious what others might do in this situation and why?