These videos are great stuff. You would be shocked at how many known pickup makers products I have repaired that were full of dead solder joints. Obviously they never learned or understood the subject, one guy had even used acid core solder and all the solder joints had eaten the wire. I use a Weller soldering station, I used to think they were a waste of money and I loved my little single wattage irons, but alas they would all burn up their tips over time and no tip replacements easily available. For cheap irons, Fred Meyer's electrical department has a big iron for about ten bucks that works great for covers and back of pots, its 40 watts but is as hot as a 60 watter. Then I used a 20 watt weller pencil iron but as I said, the tips eventually burn down to a nub and tips are hard to find. I still use my Fred Meyer iron to remove and install covers, I bought about 4 of them and sometimes they die but are generally good long lasting irons for cheap.