This is based on JimmyM's discussion of the Geezer P pickups... In this modern day and age you'd expect that all pickups and pots would come in that solderless form. It would mean on a wet weekend you could go crazy and swap all your pickups and pots in all your bases around, just to see how they sounded, and then put them all back again. For example, I have a set of old Kent Armstrongs overwould jazz pickups (I bought the bass they were in 15 years ago but I think they are marked 1989, but I put a set of 64 Wizards in the bass to bring it back to a stock sound) in the parts box and I am tempted to swap those out into the backup fretless, replacing the somewhat 'meh' basic VM pickups but it's a hassle to desolder, solder, and then potentially desolder and resolder if I don't like the sound. If it was a case of just swaping some connectors I'd be done. It makes me wonder if it is possible to attach those molex connectors effectively to existing pickups as done once it would be a case of being able to chop and change as much as you'd like after that or pickups of compatible forms.