I did post a thread on this guitar a couple of weeks ago, but I don't think anyone actually noticed as I only got one reply! Here's a brief explanation: I bought a Kay LP copy as a bit of a project. It played alright, but it needed some electrical work and some better tuners. I've now replaced the tuners with some I had lying around, but that's only served to remind me why I took them off another guitar in the first place! I think I've sorted the electrics by redoing all the solder joints and giving them a bit of use. The thing is though, it's still not a great guitar. Fixing some issues appears to have simply revealed more: - the neck angle isn't great (it had a shim in the neck pocket which I must have put back in the wrong place, so hopefully not a difficult fix) - the intonation screws keep rattling - the pickups are total junk (I have a bridge humbucker I could potentially put in it) - the volume and tone knobs are a bit broken, and it'll need a switch tip too (the one on there is held on by masking tape as it was way to big for the thread) So Strat-Talk, what do you reckon? Should I try and fix these issues, or should I just get rid of it while it's vaguely playable, and before it ends up costing me a load of money? Also, if I do end up changing the pickups, what's the best way to make an extra screw hole in each pickup ring? As you can see, the original pickups mount with two holes on one side.