Hi guys, Over the weekend I swapped out the pickups and electronics in my squier VM fretless jazz for Nordstrand NJ4's and CTS pots. Overall I'm very happy, minus the fact I had to create new holes for the control plate (in every sense - had to drill out the holes to 3/8" to fit the CTS pots in, and had to screw into new holes in the body because of the pot size difference, but I lucked out and the new placement covered the old holes... PHEW!) I've noticed a horrible chorus-like effect on the higher frets, and I suspect it's related to pickup height after finding this thread. I had just eyeballed the pup heights compared to my fretted jazz, but the La Bella Low Tension Flexible flats on this fretless have a higher amount of excursion compared to the rounds on my fretted. So, a few searches later I found the stock / recommended heights here, (for reference they are 7 - 8 64th's of an inch (2.78 - 3.175 mm) on the Bass / E side, and 5 - 6 64's of an inch (1.98 - 2.38 mm) on the Treble / G side. So I was curious... do you guys angle the top of your pickups at all? In other words, do you leave the top of the pup parallel with an untouched string or parallel with a string you're holding at the last fret? Stock indicates level with an untouched fret, but anyone stray from that? Thanks for your input.