I've got a body from a Squier Jazz that I'm using for a project, and the routing for the bridge pickup is not the "traditional" size--it's the same size as the neck pickup. I really don't want to do any amateur routing and risk messing up the finish--this body has an amazing shoreline gold finish. I've replaced the neck pickup already with a Fender Vintage Jazz, and I'm trying to decide what to put in the bridge position. I'm looking for advice on two issues: (1) With the Fender Vintage in the neck position and the stock Squier pickup in the bridge position, do I have the "hum cancelling" effect found in the Fenders? I'm assuming that if I do, I'll lose that when I replace the bridge pickup with a neck pickup. How important is that? I've never had a problem with buzz at all (when I replaced the wiring and pots and jack, I made sure the pickups, control cavity, pickup cavities, and pickguard are all well shielded with foil and paint). If the buzz will become a problem, is there a neck-sized pickup that I could get that I could use with the Fender Vintage and still get that effect (i.e., one that isn't reverse-wound or whatever it is that makes the neck pickup hum cancelling)? (2) Do you have any recommendations for what kind of pickup would work well with the Fender Vintage Jazz I've already got in the neck position? I like the traditional tones of a jazz bass. I use the bass in two bands--a punk band and a country band--so I prefer a more versatile "standard" sound rather than a sound that is geared toward one style of music. I'd appreciate any suggestions or information. Thanks!