The info here is purely optional; No need for alarm; I'm simply providing the info for review should this option become in issue when the bridge footing glue dries and I start rigging the vibrato and lubing the saddle slots and testing it all tomorrow:
As previously discussed in emails, and now able to illustrate: This guitar's bridge was made to be mounted square to the strings at an "in the ballpark" intonation position. Intoning the bridge makes the saddle slots angles misaligned with the strings. As said in emails when offering bridge options; The strings might bind in these slots and cause some problems for using the vibrato; To what degree, if any, I won't know until the glue dries for 24 hours, ....and I dry-graphite lube the slots, install the vibrato arm and see what happens with vibrato use. If the strings bind to the point of interfering with the vibrato use, then the only option for using this bridge intonated is to file the slots into a leaning V shape (small end towards the pickups). Doing so will not effect the playability of the guitar as ample meat will be left along one side against the string and at the small end and kept tight in their original position. See the last picture below for an illustration of how the slots can be filed.