Anyone have experience with these? I noticed them a few days ago while looking through Bartolini's site. I've been looking for some versatile yet warm pickups to put in my Spector NS2000/5 5er, and it seems like a pair of these would be my best bet. However, I have a few questions. 1) Can anyone explain to me exactly what the difference in sound is between the C/CX models? The Bartolini site doesn't give a very detailed explanation of the differences. It seems like the general consensus is that the CX version is more clear, bright, and focused than the C, while the C has a more rounded, yet not as clear sound. Is this a correct assumption? Or is there more to it than that? 2) Do any certain combinations of these pickups work better than others? For example, I remember reading a post by someone who had put a C in the neck position and CX in the bridge position with good results. Are there any other combinations that would work well in my Spector? I'm mainly looking for a warm, smooth sound with lots of low midrange, but I also want to be able to get some nice slap tones out of it. 3) Could someone describe all the possible variations that can be created within one of these pickups? The Bartolini site doesn't go into much detail with this either. I know several of the possible variations, but I don't know them all. 4) Is it possible to set my bass up to get all the variations out of each pickup without mutilating my bass too much? (I don't mind drilling for a switch or two, but any more than that is a little excessive.) I am planning to get an Aguilar OBP-3 and setting it up with 2 volume pots, a stacked bass/treble pot, and a stacked mid/midfrequency pot, so depending on how many possible configurations there are, I might not be able to utilize them all. Wow, long post. I hope that all made sense. Thanks in advance.