I asked this over at Strat-Talk but I thought I'd drop it here too. I just installed a set of Fralin Vintage Hots I got for a song on Reverb into my MIM Strat. They sound phenomenal for the most part, but the bridge is either too thin and trebly or too middy with no complexity to the tone. I can't find a happy medium between good tone and good tonality, if that makes sense. I have the bridge pickup wired to the tone control because that's how this guitar sounded best before (with MIM ceramics) and that's how my EJ Strat sounds best (with stock EJ pickups). My understanding is the tone control should fatten the pickup a bit, and it does, but I'm wondering if I decide to go with a baseplate whether that will be too much and get me back into the "too middy, no complexity" realm with the tone control to the bridge. This is my long-winded way of asking: those of you with the Fralin Vintage Hot pickups installed, do you have a baseplate, and how is your tone control wired? Looking for suggestions to make the bridge in this set match the awesomeness of the neck and middle. Thanks in advance.