And it made a world of difference. I installed a SeymourDuncan SH-2n Jazz at the neck and an SH-16 59/Custom Hybrid at the Bridge. And I installed the Mad Hatter Guitar Products Terminator DVDT-4/2 solderless pots for coil splitting. The big difference, besides the solderless connectors, is that when the coils are split, the pot is also switched from 500K ohms to 250K for a much closer single coil sound. The muddiness from the original 650R and 700T is gone. The mud has been replaced by clarity. And I actually had to turn up the bass on my amp just a bit. And when I play into a channel with some Gain / Crunch / Distortion, I can get plenty of growl or tight fuzz. The Jazz split gives almost a Tele sound. When the 59/Custom is split it's using the Custom coil which gives kind of a Strat bridge pickup tone. But split tones I really like is the middle position with both coils split - that is fairly close to a Strat tone. Of course, the middle position with one coil split and one humbucker gives more options. So the tones that I got are perfect for what I play - all in one guitar - which initially was really quite cheap. Since this was the first time that I had ever replaced pickups or pots, I have been steep in the learning curve, but it's been fun times.