There ya go fellas. Every possible aspect of a Bigsbys shortcomings covered by some additional add on device except for maybe range of pitch change on the B5 as even a taller spring wont fix that or make it a better trem. From what we are seeing here & from our personal experiences the single roller bar Bigsby is just a better working design. Though as Tony M & myself like to point out, there is just a better way to add a more useable & reliable vibrato to your guitar if you use more than the occasional without need for all these extra trick add ons to solve the array of design faults with a Bigsby, especially the B5 Bigsby. Honestly, the only reason to choose a Bigsby is the looks. If you are looking for ease of installation with something completely reversable, reliable wide range of pitch change without all the neccessary add ons, and, the ability to use a trem as you feel without any worries of going out of tune, don't get all oiled up & jump on the Bigsby Love Train. She's a beautiful woman that will demand your time & attention. She will keep you spending your additional money to 'make things work out'. She will dissappoint you by not doing 'that trick' you like that others have performed in past relationships. She will keep you worried about her doing what you need her to do and, because of all the issues you have together, you will always find yourself looking for others that are 'available' & seem to be something better to get involved with. Maybe you'll get lucky & find one that will do what you ask of her. Even if that means going down without complaint. The Bigsby wont do the dishes either, unless threatened with a hammer. Reminds of an insensitive joke..so I will substitute Bigsby for the original word. What is the first thing a Bigsby should do when she gets out of the 'battered Bigsby shelter'?? Da frikin dishes if she knows whats good for her!! OH...Just a tasteless joke so please dont be too offender NOW.