You guys offered a wealth of knowledge in response to my last inquiry. This one is about chambering. So: I suppose that the idea behind chambering is to increase the resonance. More pockets inside the body = more sustain, clarity, etc? But does the shape and size of the chambers matter? And if so, how so? I have looked at the images Warmoth provides of their chambered strat bodies, and it seems to me that they methodically remove as much material as possible without turning the body into a semi hollow body, which would have one giant cavity (almost like an acoustic I suppose). But, would a bunch of tiny circular/cylindrical pockets work just as well? How critical is the shape, size, etc? Sorry if this is a weird / stupid question.