Call to all ST tinkerers! In case you haven't had the opportunity to check out my NGD thread, I've gotten myself a customised Cort with an humbucker on the bridge, stock single coil middle and a stacked humbucker in form of a Tele single in the neck. Currently, the guitar has a 3-way switch, a master volume with treble bleed and a killswitch wired in, having loose and poor connections on top of that. Everything had to be rewired, that's the game plan, but while I intend to keep all the pickups, I dislike the chosen controls built by one of the previous owners. Goal: be able to have all the possible pickup combinations, a tone control and coil-split functionality for both pickups, as I use all those features on all of my guitars. Idea: I'm planning on replacing the switch with a 5-way one, adding in two new pots (a 500k audio for bridge humbucker tone and a 250k audio for the single coil and neck stacked), having a push-pull master volume that coil-splits both pickups and, finally, repurposing and moving the killswitch to a Gilmour mod. Now... I think I could perhaps do a simpler job than this. I've already wired a guitar just like that except it only had one coil-splitting humbucker and, while I would essentially get closer to a traditional Strat layout, I'd have to irreversibly mod its pickguard. Perhaps some of you might have another idea that's in the ballpark of my goals?