So I have been having some issues with a decision about a Charvel dilemma I am having. I am mainly a Floyd guy, but love the dk24 2pt series. The problem is I owned one and even with a good setup and proper intonation the tuning stability was meh, so I returned the guitar, but I have been regretting it. I happened to stumble upon this piece of equipment called the Nutbuster (don't laugh) and I saw a few people talk/demo it like Darrell Braun and TTK. I was wondering do you guys think this thing is a complete BS gimmick or can it actually transform a traditional type tremolo guitar to be a shit ton more stable when doing bends and dime squeals and shit? It seems like it makes sense, but I do worry about it just being not what it is hyped up to be. Plus the added fact that it is $175 also makes me want to reassure that it is legit. Does anyone have any experience with this?