I own a Heritage H535. I play with flatwound strings, and the main use for this guitar is jazz. I play clean most of the time, using the neck pickup. Think Cassandra Wilson, that sort of music. However, I also play electric blues, and when doing so I use the bridge pickup with light to medium overdrive. Think Warren Haynes (or even Carlos Santana), long, sustained, rich notes. My rig is: For Blues: Heritage bridge pup --> FDII --> RC Booster --> Rivera M60 (set up for Marshall Plexi sound) --> Marshall 4x12" w/G12Ms. For Jazz: Heritage neck pup --> Rivera M60 combo (set up for Fender blackface sound). For both styles, I use the volume & tone pots a lot so I like my pups to be very responsive to that. On my Heritage, Seymour Duncan '59s were fitted as OEM. While I rather liked the neck pickup for its round, smooth & warm tone, the bridge pickup was too shrill and wimpy. So I fitted in WCR Darkbursts (bought from fellow forum member CED777). These pickups, while having superior clarity and excellent articulation, did not really satisfy me. To those ears, the bridge pup is a lot better than the Duncan '59, but the neck pup sounds too "modern" (read: trebly and lacking character) for what I play and lacks the PAF-like complexity I like. People in my jazz band have been complaining about that sound. Those WCRs lack that "smokey", "silky" tone I lust after. A friend of mine, who also owns a Heritage H535, has fitted Voodoo pups in his guitar, and is delighted. I can't try his guitar, though. Fellow forum member SuperReverb2 recommended me a set of Seymour Duncan Seth Lovers for my Heritage. So, I hesitate between the Voodoos and the Seths... any idea?