I have had my CV tele since 2011 and have up to this point only replaced the jack socket with an Electrosocket unit. A few weeks ago I went to a guitar store and played a Nashville Tele and loved the three pickup configuration but didn't want to buy a strat. I decided to finally do some more involved guitar modding to convert my tele to a 3 pickup unit and after it was done the only thing I regretted was not doing it years earlier! I bought the following to complete the project: - Nashville tele 5 screw scratchplate in black - Fender 50's RI strat middle pickup - 4 pole superswitch (probably could have used 2 pole switch) - Copper shielding tape (to shield the cavities while I had everything apart) I routed the body underneath the pickguard similar to Nashville tele specs giving it more of a swimming pool route. You can see where the original route was from the black shielding paint. I really like the bridge\neck position sound in the tele and didn't want to give that up so I bought the super switch in order to have the following pickup positions. 1. Bridge 2. Bridge\Middle 3. Neck\Bridge 4. Neck\Middle 5. Neck Before I wired everything up, I did some research and learned that some people were having issues with the super switch being too large to fit in the tele cavity without additional routing. Luckily the switch fit perfectly with just enough room into the CV 50's cavity, no modification needed. After plugging it into the amp the first time and trying all positions, I have to say I am extremely pleased with the outcome. I have always wanted the out of phase middle pickup positions and I get those without losing any of the original telecaster positions.