Well, a guy I know who winds his own pickups told me that he had an epiphany about a bass he owned for the longest time and kind of forgot about. He told me that he wanted to get himself a good P-bass but suddenly remembered "Hang on, I OWN something that I could turn into a good P-bass." So he showed up at our workshop with one of THESE... And told me that he was planning to rip out the stock pickups and replace them by a self made P-bass unit, since he thought that the pickups on a T-40 weren't in the right spots to hit the right sound he was looking for. So I took the bass apart and routed the space between where the original pickups out to create a swimming pool. He later told me that the swimming pool not only improved the way the instrument sounded acoustically (T-40 basses sound really dead) but also that it wasn't as much strain on his shoulder. So then he was left with the old pickups that he was going to throw away and he looked at me and went "You want them?" Sure, why not, I'm not the kind of guy to pass up a freebee. So here I am with two beefy, over sized humbuckers and I haven't got an idea yet on what to do with them. Perhaps I should look for a bass carcass and put them in or build something to accommodate them what do you guys think?