Hey guys. I have a Bogner Metropolis, that has bright cap wired across two lugs of the gain pot. It gets a *little* too edgy at low settings, so I'm planning on installing a mini-switch to flick the cap in/out. I'd love to be able to use some of the unused, pre-drilled holes in the chassis. The problem is that they're located on the back panel. Now, I've asked around, and heard that the bright cap should ideally be situated as close to the pot as possible. I was thinking that I could either: A. run the wires around the perimeter of the chassis, making sure not to cross over any circuitry, or B. Use shielded wire (like the mini Mogami wire used for pedalboards). Are either one of these viable solutions? Or, should I just wire it up with the shortest path, fire it up, and see if there even IS a problem?