My band will be recording "album" versions of our songs in our home studio soonish. Our music has rather heavy guitars and synths and my band's singer and synth specialist consider themselves our mixing wizards. They like to EQ the hell out of every part so the song can have maximum "punch" (at least they think so), which I wouldn't really do, but that's just me. They seem to enjoy EQing the hell out of bass parts in particular, the other day they said with the right EQ and compressor they could get pretty much any bass sound they wanted. Uh, okay. When we recorded a few songs in our rehearsal room, I pissed them off by switching between sounds, plucking positions and PU blend settings in mid-song which made EQing me difficult. How would you recommend I go about the "studio" sessions in order not to cause them any problems? Should I go for a bassy sound or a neutral sound? I'll be using my Status Energy fiver with two soapbars which are pretty much in the P and J position and an active treble boost/cut pot and they'll plug me into a preamp. Should I favour the bridge or neck pickup and which one should I pluck over? When I pluck over the bridge pickup, I get a lot more overtones, but naturally, my sound will be missing a few lows, while plucking over the neck pickup sounds very fat but the danger of producing "clicks" is higher. Any advice from you recording experts?