I'll admit to being hopelessly "electrically challenged", but I have recently acquired 2 Fender MIM Loaded bodies and one new Fender loaded pickguard with Texas special single coils and a Fender Atomic Bridge Humbucker (all have 4 wires on the humbuckers). On the original, loaded bodies, it would appear that the humbuckers are wired such that selector switch position 1 gives full bridge humbucker (both coils hot) and switch position 2 only picks up one bridge pup coil and couples it with the middle pup. I don't understand the wiring schematic on these or how they work even after studying them closely for a while. Then, I start working with the new loaded pickguard (with the Atomic humbucker) and find that the Humbucker on that pickguard has two of the four wires that come from the pup simply "capped off", and the other two wired into the circuit like a common SSS Strat. I think that means that in switch position 2, I have a full hot humbucker at the bridge coupled with the single coil middle pickup? I look at Fender schematics to try to make sense of this and am apparently not smart enough to understand the logic being employed in any of these wiring situations. Can one of you electrical wizards out there help me understand what Fender has tried to do with these HSS pickup installations? And by the way, the way they have the Atomic Humbucker wired makes it sound "weak" when used alone when it is supposed to be an exceptionally hot pup. Help!!!