I was looking for a bracket to mount a recessed "Gilmour" switch on my Strat and all I could find was one for $35, or a cheap one in England that would not ship to the USA. While I understand the correlation between manufacturing such an item and the quantity of expected sales, I thought $35 was a bit high. For $25, I might go for it, as long as it included a switch as well. What to do?? Tool up and make my own of course. Behold, the prototype Gilmour switch bracket! Now for the purposes of creating the prototype, I individually measured and marked the locations of all the holes and punched them out using the tried and true TLAR method (That Looks About Right).... I have designed a fixture for my punch that will index the sheet aluminum blank and precisely punch all the holes accurately. I already have materials on order to build it (I need a 20mm end mill I don't have to make the fixture). I have already made a fixture to hold a pickguard in my mill to rout the slot for the switch tip, so it will look like this when it is done: Pretty cool huh??