Anyway, with regards to the Breedlove pinless bridge system, I understand there is a "brace" that runs from the bridge to the end pin area of the guitar body. Has anyone researched this from a luthier's standpoint. It looks brillient to me, but I also know there is conventional wisdom out there that says the guitar top should be free to move for the best sound. Does this bridge system help or hinder the top's movement?
Also, the Revival guitars seem to have a unique sound. Breedlove seems to always be behind on their orders, according to the dealers I have spoken with. And, the upper end guitars are all custom ordered--not the same model coming out one after another. Is this true?