First of all, I apologize for the length and details of this post. I wish to thank each of you for taking a couple minutes in understanding my actual doubt. I tried to point out my needs clearly; please forgive any lack - english is not my native language. The fact I want to buy a "standard" 6-string Jackson (Pro) Soloist, with neck-through construction and Seymour Duncan pick-ups, that I plan to use for low/drop tunings: D, drop C, C and B. The needs I want to be able to shift tunings quickly between D and B - just like I currently do on my Ibanez RGD321 with extra long scale (26.5") and fixed bridge. Yes, that's an interval of 3 half steps, so minor string flattering in B would be acceptable. I would keep the string gauge as thin as possible. The "only way" with 1 exception I am a "floating bridge only" guitar player. I love and nearly exclusively use floating bridges (unless I'm forced to do otherwise); knowing what a pain in the backside is a Floyd Rose, this time I was exceptionally looking for a hardtail bridge - just because it would make it possible to change tunings within minutes (I know it from my Ibanez RGD321). The temptation However on this side of the planet, there is basically no difference in price between the Soloist with Floyd Rose bridge and the same Soloist with hardtail bridge! For the same amount, I'd love to get a Floyd Rose - even if I have no (initial) plan of using it. It would be a plus to still have it, meaning that (with a proper setup and string change) the guitar could be brought back to a standard E tuning axe at any time and for any reason - something I would not do with a hardtail bridge model. The awareness I know how a Floyd Rose works and I totally understand the easy way for my needs would be to go for a hardtail bridge - no doubt about it. The best of both worlds (maybe?) But I recently found out that there are some devices, called Tremol-No, whose purpose is to mechanically block the floating bridge - in a reversible way. Is this a possible solution to get the best of both worlds? Since I am not going to buy a baritone guitar but rather a standard guitar with 25.5" scale, I like the idea of getting a regular, versatile axe equipped with Floyd Rose that I can potentially (re)use for anything, later. The big question Would a tremolo stopper on a standard guitar make it possible to have a "reversibly fixed" bridge that works fine with low tunings, allowing me to shift between them like I would on an actual hardtail bridge (while keeping a potentially "reversible", versatile guitar with Floyd Rose)? Has anyone here tried a tremolo stopper with low tunings?