Thinking of getting a K&K Bass Max. I understand the jack for the pickup attaches to the afterlength of the string ala Fishman. I am concerned about 2 things. First is that the strings I'm going to be using (garbos) have a very thin plastic leader material. (All Hail) Bob points out that the metal tabs on the K&K jack can be bent to accomodate this, though I am a bit wary because I dont think that having metal abrading at this thin plastic leader could be a good thing. Bob also offered to have a Bass Max specially made with a long lead for attachment at the tailpiece (gotta love this guy). My other concern about the lead is that it is fat. I have some experience installing and even making piezo transducers for string instruments and one thing I found to be of great importance is that the leads to the transducers need to be thin. The transducers are so hot that the leads tend to get microphonic and cause all kinds of nasty phase problems. Thin leads help to decouple the transducer from the lead. Any thoughts or experiences about this from Bass Max users?