I'm a perpetual tinkerer. I don't think I've ever left any guitar 100% stock. I'm a player first, collector second, and I've got good tech skills having worked on my own guitars for many, many years. I can cut nuts & bridge saddles, level/crown/polish frets, and handle rewiring myself. As some of you know, I recently got a 2017 Reissue - out of the box, it's already pretty killer. I'm in love with how it plays. But things can always be a little better, right? So, I swap out the bridge, which is pretty darn good to start, with a Faber. To my ears, it sounds a little better, and gives me a touch more sustain. That's great because this guitar is SUPER resonant, and the Faber brings out that quality even more. I also just happen to have a Pigtail lightweight aluminum tailpiece in my parts drawer, so I stick that on there. No tonal difference, but it looks cool. Next up, I swap out the volume pots for RS Superpots. Some people don't buy into it, but I dig 'em. Slower taper, and smoother feel. Oh, and I know those fake Gibson Bumblebees are functionally fine, but just the idea bugs me, so I swap them out for some PIO caps. Done. I change out the Custombucker pickups because to me, they sound good, but the set I got sound more like a "modern" Les Paul vs. vintage and the neck pickup isn't as clear as I like. In go an OX4 neck (7.3k) and a Peter Florance Voodoo '59 bridge (8.3k). The OX4 is nice and bright and the Voodoo is just killer. Crisp, dry and woody. Roll back the tone a little and it's honkin'. Love this thing. Problem is, the middle position is kinda "confused" regardless of how much I tinker with pickup heights and amp settings. It isn't that Dickey Betts tone that I dig. Hmmmm. Fast forward to yesterday, when I come across a set of OX4 medium winds (Bridge=8.45k, Neck =7.59k) for sale at a great price. Since I liked both the OX4 neck and the Voodoo bridge pickups, I had contemplated matching my pickups (i.e. having OX4 in both positions OR Voodoo in both positions) in the hopes that the middle position issue would be resolved. So now, I'm going to pull out the pickups I have, swap in the OX4s and hope *fingers crossed* that I dig the tone in all positions and that I like the bridge tone just as much or better than the Voodoo. If I don't.... I'm going to have to try to find a Voodoo neck pickup and go full Voodoo in both positions. Sorry for the long post, but has anyone else gone through several pickup swaps to land on "the one"? And by odd chance, anyone have experience with both OX4's and Florance Voodoo?