If you want the short version, just read the bold print. I just got my Grosh RC in with underwound Fralin Blues Specials in the neck/middle and SP43 bridge. I've played this exact setup before and it killed but that was several months ago and I'm not sure I'm digging these. I can't quite figure out why yet. The guitar is stiff and needs to be played in. Acoustically it's amazing, I just don't seem to be hearing what I want to be plugged in. Also, I thought my bridge pickup sounded a little weaker than I remembered and wanted it to be, checked the SP43 with a meter and it only reads 9.14....Fralin's specs give it a full 10.0 with the SP42 at 7.0. I want it as hot as I can get it. What does your SP43 spec at? And on the neck/middle...uuuggghhh, I can't figure what I'm hearing or not hearing that has me shaking my head. Not enough quack, but a the same time a little lacking and tinny. I don't know whether to go hotter or lower. I guess Don and Lindy can help me get it sorted out. This is the quiestest strat I've ever heard, I think Don shields them very well. I'm beginning to wonder if all the shileding has a negative impact on tone...kind of like the blanket over the speaker syndrome. I also thought I've heard the Don wires in a treble bypass/blees on the volume control; anyone know how that affects overall tone? May even be a phase issue with my neck and/or middle because #2 just ain't sounding right. Lastlly, I hope the blender pot is a modified pot like what Fralin does in opening it up and removing part of the trace/sweep so when full on it's totally out of the circuit. Thinks for reading......I'm open for discussion.