I have little time to actually do a mod of my ASAT right now, but I have had lots of time to think about doing it. Really not planning to do surgery until summer, but I have recently had another idea about how to do switching. Heres my ideal: - Standard Serial (with caps) and Parallel. - Add SC inside and SC outside settings. - Control each pickup individuallyso I can have the Bridge in - Serial, and the Neck in SC if I want for example. - NOT add any new holes to the front of the bass. Heres the most recent idea, although I am not sure it will fit and if it will I'll need to change out almost everything. In particularif it has any hope of fitting in that tiny cavity, Ill need to change most or all of the full sized pots out for mini pots. The mod would look like this from the front: The two knobs that replace switches would operate 4 pole 5 way rotary switches like the one on the right below... The pickup selector switch would be replaced by a 5-way that controls the state of the neck pickup. The S/P switch would be replaced by a 5 way that controls the state of the bridge pickup. The states would be: i = Inside single coil o = Outside single coil p = Parallel s = series x = off In the diagram below, the first of the six rows of dots, c, is the common or pole for that row. (No electrical training or background, please forgive any mistakes in nomenclature!). As to the placement of the caps (C1 and C2), I dont really understand them, but I tried to put them in the places that DavePlayBass had them in his document. I am pretty sure that this wiring scheme will work without the caps, but not sure if I have placed the caps rightor even if they can be placed right in this diagram. Would be grateful to have others take a look to see if this will work.