Edit: This thread is PACKED with ALOT of great info so read at least the first page. Here's the PM I've sent korus: This combination of wiring by frankfablo, dpgumby & korus Makes the End all Be all solution for all your wiring problems. Treble loss by lowering volume? FIXED. Weird Volume & Tone interaction (50's wiring)? FIXED. Volume does nothing below/above/between X (Taper problems)? FIXED. Still too bright (Sheen) when lowering the tone pot with the regular Treble Bleed method? FIXED. In my drawing I've posted some typical values, but I'm still waiting for a replay from korus about what resistor value (R1) will bring us closer to the beatifull RS Superpot Taper (it may seem that i'm cheap.... I am ) Also I want to know exectly what's the interaction between C2, R2 & R1 and how each of the components affect my bass & treble as the volume goes down (they are bypassed when the volume is at 10). If I understood corectly R1 changes the Taper but does NOT limit or have any effect on the bass as R2 has on C2? So... R1 Only changes The taper. R2 Limits/lessens the effect of C2 (bleed cap) on the circuit. C2 The higher it is the thinner the tone will be when the volume turned down. 150k for R1 is a good start to make it more of a 30% taper. (10% is log/audio, 50% is linear). So if you hate the Linear or the half unusable CTS Audio taper, 30% is a good middle ground for a smooth nice volume control. Lets polish this bastard and give it a name shall we? 2010's Wiring?