Hi - I know some of this has been covered before and I have read thru many posts but some questions persist I have bought a Tokai LS98F 2011 model. After a few days assessing it I have the following observations 1. It's very well constructed & attention to detail is best I've seen 2. The bridge pickup sounds a little shrill and...well...lacking 3. the neck pickup sounds great 4. The other electronics seem sound 5. it is a very attractive alternative to a Gibson I am now wondering about remedies to cure the lack of fullness in the tone in the bridge pup. I like the brightness but there is a lack of body accompanying it. The possible remedies are... 1. New pickups (Mules, Dimarzio 36th Anniv, Sheptones) but this is ££££££ 2. If this guitar known for being bright (maple cap + a maple veneer) in which case is there another solution? 3. I have a set of 9's on it and prefer 10's. I think it makes all the difference 4. The set up is not right. The action is too low/neck relief not right and affecting articulation 5. Pickup height needs sorting But I read somewhere that the MkII PAF bridge pup on Tokais is about 11.5K. This is too high and I can't help thinking this will make the pup a little shrill - plus I like vintage tone and 11.5k is not my idea of vintage. Does anyone know the neck output/magnet type so I can pair it with a new bridge pup? Also, why am I asking such long and convoluted questions?