Awesome Realization I had for floyd pros and lo-pro edges.
This really only pertains to anyone with a floyd pro or lo-pro edge who blocks the bridge and only uses it as a fixed bridge. I'm kicking myself for not realizing this earlier.
You can remove the string locking block and block screw from each saddle and just run the string throught the threaded screw hole, without having to bother with cut off the string balls. This is an especially great option if the screws are having trouble screwing into the threaded hole, due to thread stripping, over tightening or long-time usage. You won't have to bother replacing the saddles or bridge.
Unfortunetly this won't work with an original style floyd, since the locking screw for each saddle also serves the purpose of holding the saddle in place.
Another thing I do is screw the fine tuning screw of each saddle all the way down. This pushes the saddles almost all the way down to the bridge base, and it reduces the string ramp created by the saddles. Makes palming the bridge a lot more comfortable.
Any questions? Comments?