I have bought a Kramer assault 220 plus from here that is a killer guitar for the price, the only thing that was cheap and malfunctioning was the bridge, because I was unable to get intonation of octaves because the adjustment screws was very tight, I had to use force, remove the bridge and then apply extreme force, that caused scratches on the chrome finish of the bridge and still the saddle wasn't moving backward enough!
So I ordered this bridge that at first sight seemed to be a drop in replacement... and it was.
I positioned it with the adjustment screw facing opposite to the pickups so I could adjust intonation without lowering the bridge pup and take full advantage of the adjustment range, because in this bridge all the saddles have the slope in the same direction and if you want to have full 3rd string backward movement you need to have the slope facing the bridge pickup! The only trouble making so is that this way you wouldn't have the string perfectly sitting on the cut of the saddle, but when in tension the strings wouldn't move because there will be enough friction between the string and the metal of the saddle to keep the string from moving.
It is made of much better metal, that is lighter of the original and gives the guitar a more deep and woody tone, that make the brigde pickup sound less shrill.
Definitely a mandatory upgrade for epiphone-kramer les paul, you don't need to file deeper cuts in the saddles, because when in tension the strings wouldn't move because of friction.
Gotoh should upgrade this product with a deeper saddle cut so it can be positioned both ways without worries.