So, my first post was about my mystery Squier "Standard Series" stratocaster. Thanks to your help, we were able to determine it was a partscaster, with a 2012 standard series CY neck. Because of the thin body, and 6 point trem, you guys determined it was either an affinity or a bullet body, but was never confirmed which. Additionally I found out from the previous owner that a Fender loaded pickguard with blacktop pickups was installed with coil splitting. As I mentioned in my first thread, I love this guitar, it feels great, and sounds great. Anyway, today a package arrived from a friend from California. He got me a 3 pack set of Ernie Ball Regular Slinky's (10-46) so I decided since I needed to change the strings anyway, I'd have a look at what was underneath the pickguard. Some info not included or shown in the photos... There were 2 or 3 places underneath the pickguard where new holes were drilled just slightly next to the old ones, which were filled. So that confirms to me the pickguard screws didn't line up at first, but it's a non issue now. Based on the following pictures, I'm wondering what all you can tell me. I notice that he carved underneath the last tone control to make it more deep for the push/pull coil splitting. It doesn't look like a very clean job, but at least it does the job. I'm also wondering about the pots, and selector switch and wiring, to see if anything stands out that needs to be fixed or if everything looks good. I then proceeded to string my guitar, spend a good amount of time tuning, stretching the strings, tuning, stretching the strings, tuning, playing, tuning, playing, etc... until it now seems to be staying in E Standard. Anyway, thanks in advance for the help you all have given me and can hopefully provide me with this information. I'm also curious if the cavity for the pickups gives any indication if this is a bullet body or an affinity body, and if there is any way to date it. All there is is some letter in red marker.