Alright so here’s the low-down. I order a 920D loaded Baja pickguard with twisted Teles. Long story short, we install it all just like the following black and white picture illustrates. the only difference is that, even though the bridge pickup had a copper bottom that the bridge screws ground to, we added the ground wire that’s stuffed under the bridge also by soldering it to the volume pot. So now I have 2 problems: 1. Theres a noise issue (probably a ground issue) that goes away when I touch ANY metal 2. The Baja switching is supposed to be bridge, bridge and neck, neck, and bridge and neck in series. However, for me it is bridge, bridge and neck, bridge, bridge and neck in series. I tend to ride the neck pup – especially as it’s a twisted tele, so i really want to have it available by itself. Anyway if you need a picture of the real deal I’ll add it but I’m sure it wired up just like the diagram. My suspicion is that it all has to do with the extra ground because it’s grounded one way to the bridge, but the second ground just sends it back to the volume pot, and thus creating one big circuit. Sounds great apart from that. Thanks for any help. PS - maybe this question will ignite an argument among all of you and thus draw more attention to this thread: if pickups merely detect the disruption of the their magnetic field caused by string movement, then what and how does the wood a guitar is made of effect tone (being that wood is not magnetic)?