I liked the bass, so i bought it, but i'm not so enthused by the design on my scratchplate, it's not really "me". It seems to be clear perspex with the design etched into the back. It seems purely decorative (except in my innitial groping it does seem to provide a few nifty thumb-resting spots) but if i just took it off it would leave screw holes. I'm thinking of replacing it with a coloured perspex piece with a design of my own etched into it. I think i could do an ok hand-etching which would do Norman Lindsay proud if i could get perspex the right density texture etc. Is there much that i could do wrong? I imagine i just need to find another piece of perspex and someone with the right tools to cut it to shape for me? Screwing it on shouldn't be a problem? Would the screws loosen quickly taking them in and out? I'm not 100% sure what the body is, but it's an Ibanez SRX limitted edition, and the other SRX bodies are "Quilted Maple top/Mahogany wing body" or just mahogany according to the website. If the screws do loosen and i need to replace them with bigger screws is there much risk of screwing through into electronics?