Hello. I'm loving this weird build (see more here if you're interested in the project the T-40 / ATK Frankenbuild... excitement building) However I'm not good with electronics, but I did get this going just fine. I can solder well, but I need some hand holding when designing even a simple circuit. It sounds and plays awesome. However, the neck pickup has more output, so a blend has little effect, and switching between pickups has a volume difference that makes it un-usable. Furthermore, I don't find the ATK's active EQ to be helpful for the neck pickup (from an Ibanez Roadstar) What I would like to do is this. have a 3-way pickup switch. the neck pickup being passive all the way, with no tone control, having the ATK pickup only go through to the active preamp, and a split of the two is possible via the 3way switch. This way I could make up the gain deficiency of the ATK pickup with the active preamp. Could I do that easily? right now the 3way I'm using is the little switch near the ATK pickup). It's one side of a 3x DPDT 6 Pin 3 Position ON/ON/ON That is feeding the complete original ATK preamp, (which is all the other controls) I don't have anymore space in the cavity, but I could sacrifice the ATK coil split switch if I had to. I'm looking forward to your thoughts.