I am a new SG owner. Really pleased with the biuld, feel and of course sound of the guitar. It's a G-400 deluxe - sunburst. picked it up off kijiji for $200 which i reckoned was a deal. Currently it's my only guitar to not have a trem and i really like to use trem. So now i am wrestling (actually obsessing) with which tremolo i will install. It's between a bigsby b5 (and vibramate) and the maestro allparts piece. Pro's and cons of each: bigsby: super easy to install. no drilling. done in 5 minutes. From my understanding is more stable than maestro. con: doesn't look as good as maestro. Maestro: Looks amazing. and for me, looks matter! cons: the installation. Now i'll just say i'm not super comfortable drilling into the body although i have done this on some other guitars. I can handle drilling for screws, but for wires? yikes. then there's the issues of the bushings from the original tailpeice. Can i leave these in? Don't even know where to start to find a plug. as guitar is sunburst, filling and covering them up will end up looking like shite. Now i have read that people need to reroute the ground wire with a maestro and solder it to the back maestro (correct?), but i recall also seeing that the ground could be throught the bridge. Is it possible to put in a maestro and not do anything to the wiring? as the title suggests, i'm looking for some guidance.