Hey all, Not to beat a dead horse. I was on the Harmonic Design site and a few others and read some well written articles on caps/pots, etc. http://www.harmonicdesign.net/faqsfolder/faq20.html He talks about ceramic disks arguably being the best sounding. Some say the brand makes little difference and to my ears, I agree. I don't see much difference between my Hovlands, Vit Q's, ODs or Ceramics...if at all, it is very minor. Physics would say it has no impact on tone! However, the Harmonic design site says even on 10 it can effect tone in a subtle way. I think that is key, it is subtle! Meaning, I am better off worrying about the amp, pickups, etc not the smaller details. One article I read said you would want a higher value cap for the neck and lower for the bridge because you want a darker neck pickup tone and brighter bridge. I disagree! I prefer lower in the neck so it does not get muddy rolling down. I prefer higher in the bridge to control the highs a bit better. I tend to do .015 neck and .022 bridge. Sometimes I stay standard .022s all around and live with it. We are talking subtle. I know theoretically, they impact tone on ten and having a larger cap in the bridge could give you a beefier tone and more mids....but much more could just be achieved tweaking my amp! I personally had some good vitamin Qs in my LPs and could hear little to no difference. So I think for now I'll just keep my OD caps in my LPs 15 neck and 22 bridge and leave it. I was just thrown off when the one Premire Guitar article recommended something like .015 bridge and .022 or higher in the neck. Later..... Thanks.