Hey guys, youve seen my new zon sonus 6. I gave it the good eyeball disassembly yesterday, after playing it for 2 weeks straight. its got one of those wilkinson bridges. which set me thinking. id really like series-parallel switching (for the J-pups) and piezos installed (heard many companies doing wilkinson saddles). its got the vol-vol stack and treb-bass stack so new holes definitely need to appear. its just a question of how many. but its my only bass now that my cort has gone the good old bye-bye. AND i cant afford to ruin a zon. or any bass, for that matter, but especially my zon. anyway, with all that in mind, should i - 1. Do it myself, because it isnt too difficult. 2. Get a local luthier to do it. (insurance?) Do note that there isnt a bass luthier in Singapore at all, i believe, they do e-guits and a-guits. there's an e-guit builder, the rest are mostly techs. 3. Get a US luthier to do it. This will cost me. any recommendations? 4. Get Joe Zon to do it. Will he? i bet this will cost me even more. 5. Save the money and buy carrots.