I had an interesting revelation the other night. I brought my G&L ASAT Classsic to a jam. I played 4 songs with it and then sat down. Sounded great In the middle of the next set the guitarist in the band hands me his 52 RI Fender Tele and tells me to finish the set. As soon as I hit the first note I was amazed at the difference between the G&L pups and the Fender pups!! The G&L doesn't have that slice in the bridge pup that I like from a good Tele. The Fender had it in spades. It had been a while since I played a "REAL" Tele so when I got the G&L it sounded great and very Tele like to me. But now I realize that while it sounds great, the G&L doesn't sound like a Tele...it sounds like a G&L. The other players were commenting on how great they thought it sounded and that it had a rounder tone than the Tele. I on the other hand really love that aggressive biting high end from a real Tele bridge pup, and after playing the Fender I realized how much I missed it. So it might be time to put a new bridge pup in the G&L. Don't want to spend a ton of money simply because I don't have it right now. I have heard good things about the CS Nocaster's and they are very reaonably priced. Since I am very happy with the CS 69's I just put in my Strat I have no hesitation in trying out the Fender tele pups. I'm also looking VERY hard at Rio Grande pup's. I absolutely love the Tallboys and Muy Grande's for Strats so I assume the Tele offerings are just as nice. I have a Muy Grande in the bridge of my main Strat and it kicks serious ass. I'm just concerned that the Muy Grande won't have enough high end since it's hotter. We'll see. Throw your suggestions at me.