Hey all - I'm trying to decide between a set of Kinman Scoops or Bare knuckle Mother's Milks. All of my other guitars have noise free pickups. And I play only single coil guitars. The Kinman's have a great reputation for having the fewest tone compromises among noiseless single coils, although I've never had the opportunity to try any personally and and I was just about to order some. But then, I heard some clips of the Mother's Milks and I thought "THAT's the Strat sound I've been searching for!" Honestly, I'm leaning towards the BKs, despite their non-noiseless nature. Can I, a noiseless guy, learn to embrace the 60 cycle hum? Does cavity shielding really help eliminate the hum? If it does, does it also affect the tone of the pickups? Does part of the magic of traditional single coils lie in that ability to freely produce that hum? Any experiences you can share about either brand helps. Any XP with either set of specific pickups really helps! Any XP with shielding and it affecting tone also really really helps. Can you help brotha out?? Thanks guys!