Hmm, I'll be watching this thread. I know that my edge-pro seems very smooth and tight compared to what I'm used to, maybe just because it's brand new. If I bump the bar, it flutters very rapidly and easily making a cool laser gun sound if I hit a high harmonic, which I'm pretty sure my other guitars won't do so nicely. Maybe with some wear, this one will quit as well? Hope not.
It's not completely obvious how to change strings. For instance, I have so far had to change one string, and so I unlocked the bridge for that string, and unscrewed the, umm, thingy far enough (which it wasn't quite clear just how far "far enough" was, and I almost went too far...) to allow the old string (and ball end) to come out... then, I put the new string (with ball end) into the same place and clamped down and tuned up. Then, flipping the guitar over, I see these plastic red things in the trem cavity where it appears the ball ends are supposed to reside, but on the new string I put on, the ball end is just kind of dangling off to the side. Well, I knew that you could still cut the ball ends off if you want, so I figure it's not really a problem and I've left it as is. But, it's not clear how you're supposed to land the ball ends into those red plastic things... except maybe "very carefully." Maybe I should google "edge pro"