I love the Tele sound. However, I don't want to buy any more guitars and I need a dual humbucker guitar. Right now my Tele copy has a Gibson Burstbucker 2 in the neck and some Duncan Designed single coil in the bridge. I'd rather just get a true Tele down the road as this really isn't much of a true Tele (mahogany-like body...kapere?...big frets, rosewood fretboard, super thin neck...etc. I also plan on putting a Bigsby on it). Anyway, I want the bridge pickup to be voiced similarily to the Burstbucker (or 57 Classic, which is what I might switch to). The number one thing for me is to get a nice middle position sound. I really, really don't like the sound of the Burstbucker and the Duncan mixed together; it's muddy on the low end and too bitey on the top end. I love the middle position on dual hum guitars (such as SG's and LP's). So something that would mix with the neck humbucker to get that creamy, quacky sound would be good. Right now I'm thinking about a Seymour Duncan Lil '59. Are there any that might be better? Also, would you use 250K or 500K pots with single-sized humbuckers? They are way too bright with true single coils.