I had an empty shell from an old Crybaby that died long ago and decided to get the Area 51 Vintage Italian Wah kit and install it. Everything went without a hitch...I added a DC power jack and protection diode. It sounds pretty good but it's still not as nice as my Teese Wheels of Fire wah that I've modded a bit (I haven't modded this one at all and I'm not sure if or how much I will). That wah is magic though...far and above the best sounding wah I've ever had. These DPDT switches that we use for true-bypass are way noisier (mechanically) than the typical Crybaby switch...so that when your rocking the wah near the 'toe' end of the sweep you can hear the switch mechanically clicking. Anybody have a good fix for this? I'm almost certain this isn't a matter of adjustment...every wah with a DPDT switch that I've had has done this. I think if I could figure out a way to hold the switch down just a tiny bit then that would do it...the noise comes not from when the pedal 'taps' the switch down a little...but rather when the pedal releases the switch and it clicks at the stop.