I admit, not a huge P fan but it fits the bill for the mix. Since I tend to like J's or PJs better I usually fake a P with a J. I tend to try to keep my stable low (keeps the wife happy) I can't justify having both when I dig a 4003 and Corvette $$. I solo the J's neck pickup, tweak the tone control, bump up the mid on my amp, and I am in the ball park for a convincible P tone for me. I know it would be better to have a three way switch, etc. but since I don't play a P with just a P pickup, this works for me. I admit that I can tell that it is not a P, different mids for sure. Just wondering if anyone else does this or if you think I am missing some key part of the sound that makes a P a P, and I am missing out!