I recently aquired a 2014 american standard in aztec gold- at first i hated the pickups- then I played them out of my ampeg reverberocket and fell in love. So i'm into custom wiring strats- the deaf eddie chromacaster is a very cool way to really hot rod a strat- actually the best- if you can find something better let me know. So the chromacaster allows all sorts of combinations- N+B N+M+B N+B in series N+B in parallell Middle outof phase. all sorts of crazy stuff. I've always thought a strat's hum cancelling positions could be more useful if the neck or bridge was reverse polarity- instead of having the humcancelling positions only be the quacky sounding positions. bridge and neck in parallel and bridge and neck in series are seriously useful sounds and to have those hum cancelling (along with one quacky position humcancelling- say if the bridge is RWRP bridge and middle in paralell or in series would still be hum cancelling- just not middle+neck so the fender 2014 american std comes with fender custom shop fat 50's pickups- fenders site says they are something like 6k neck 6.3k middle and 6.2k bridge. so the middle pickup actually has more output than the bridge?! I was thinking i could switch the bridge and middle pickup which would (when combined with the deaf eddie chromacaster) give me hum cancelling neck and bridge combos without losing any output on my bridge alone pickup? Are there any other issues with this idea? they dont make strat pickups different widths or anything?