I have a Spector NS2000/5 that I have installed EMG 40DC's and an Aguilar OBP-3 into. When I bought the Aggie, I got it prewired with all of the pots included. I love the way everything sounds, but I have problems with the pots. First, the blend pot functions more like a toggle switch. Full on bridge, or full on neck position is just what you would expect, but the closer to the center detent you get, the less output you have. At the detent, you have maybe 30-40% of the output that you have with either pickup full on. Bass and treble are on a concentric pot that, to me, feels loose and wobbly like it's about to fall apart. Essentially, the pots feel cheap and poorly constructed, and I want to replace them. I know that EMG's use different values for their pots. My question is, does the Aguilar overcome this difference, or would you still use the same pots that EMG recommends with no pre. I have searched this forum, and also EMG's website, but I have not found this specific question. I'm looking forward to suggestions regarding makers of top quality pots, as well as where to purchase online.