I've got orders placed to update my recently purchased Bullet hardtail From Amazon, a Weller solder station, other piece-parts needed like solder, wick, etc. Having left the items in my shopping cart for a while, it was surprising to me that the price of tinned copper seems to fluctuate on a daily basis. From Stew-Mac, a Les Paul Jr. deluxe wiring kit and black Gibson style mirror knobs. I checked to ensure the same length wire wires are included in both the LP and Strat kits, so I know I won't come up short on wire. From Warmoth, a 3-ply white single slanted humbucker pickguard with holes only for 1 volume, 1 tone, no switch. From Guitar Fetish, a Mean 90 humbucker sized P90 with a nickel cover. I couldn't see any reason to pay more, TBH. I will build the harness per the demonstration given here, with the knobs on strat spacing of course. I'm going to try to use a terminal block for the pickup and jack connections, so it will all come back apart in case I change my mind later. Once the harness is assembled I won't have to apply heat to the pots or jack ever again. If it works reliably, that is. I should be putting it all together this weekend, the last piece should be the pick guard and delivery is predicted for this Friday on that order. It will be a fun way to spend a couple of hours.