Re: Tremel-yes or Tremel-no?
Yeah, this is the first of "mixed reviews" I've ever heard. From the sound of it, the dude reviewing just didn't know what he was doing. With the Tremol-no unlocked and the Deep-C either not installed or positioned out of the range of the trem, pull up is just as smooth as dive and you'll never know anything's in there. It's only with the Deep-C in place and locked that it's dive-only.
It's really just like an on/off switch for your trem, with an added dive-only mode. I've been using one for years now, since the prototyping phase, and honestly I'd never want to play a floating trem without one. If NOTHING else, it makes changing strings much easier since you can just lock it down and save yourself the hassle of re-balancing the trem each string.