I'm in the process of upgrading my MIM Fender Jazz. I've bought a BadAss II bridge and some DiMarzio DP123 pups. I'm going to have Kevin at Great Southern Guitar in Houston install them. (I also need to find out if I can get an after-market S1 switch - but that's another thread.) I'd like to try a set of TI Flats because I want some thump to my tone and I don't like string noise. When I told the gu*tar player in the band I'm in that I wanted to try some flatwounds for a change he said that I would hate them. My question is, if when I have everything installed, if I don't like the tone / feel, can I easily change back to my current favorite strings (B52's)? Would the intonation between those kinds of strings be way off? And if the tech files my bridge to accommodate the TI Flats would that cause trouble with the B52's? Any thoughts would be most appreciated. Oh, and any idea of what kind of TI Flats I should try? I'm thinking the Jazz Flats.