I know this is not a new concept, but this will be my first shot at a LP-based build altered to meet some of my preferences. Specifically, I need a mostly flat-topped body (they work better for my right hand technique than the traditional LP carve). I do want a slight carve that will probably be closer to a bevel than a true carve, just to give the top some visual "pop" and comfort. Lastly, I plan too put a Bigsby B7 on it. My biggest question is what the most appropriate bridge would be for this set up? One that will provide plenty of tuning stability for a Bigsby and has a low enough profile that it will work well on a flat-top. Will a typical ABR or Nashville be sufficient or am i likely to bottom out too soon? Along those lines, the second question is what amount of neck angle should I be thinking? I play mostly Teles right now, but LP Specials and Juniors feel fine, too. Knowing that bridge height determines neck angle, and I tend to do better with a neck angle less than 3 degrees (i.e., LP Special or less), am I missing something important? FYI, I play lots of slide where I need a higher action. I set up all my guitars with a nut slot depth of .020" at the first fret the actuon at .080" at the 12th fret. I play .011-.049" strings with a 12" on all but my Strat.