I have this build going on here but now I'm running into a problem with wiring. I have a readily assembled and wired control plate that is factory wired like this: It's a bit strange compared to what you'd find in Seymour Duncans website. Like the condenser (?) that is normally soldered in the tone pot (pinky in the pic) is in between the tone and volume pot. Also the wires to putput jack both come from the volume pot (and not from tone pot middle and vol pot middle lug). Mic selector has eight pins in a row (not in two rows). Therefore I don't know where to solder the wires from the pups. I've tried some options but the middle position is not working like it should. The middle should connect bridge and neck pup together, but it's more like a vintage strat now -suitable for three mics (middle position mutes the bridge and neck). So I probably solder a jumpers somewhere, but where? The selector is connected in a way that - pins 1 & 6 are for bridge pos - pins 3 & 8 are for neck pos - pins 2 & 7 are for middle pos - pins 4 & 5 every position is on if the black wire from the mic is attached to pin A in the picture above. Further problem is that I still have just one pu, so I must simulate where the bridge pup wires would go. Should there be a wire from volume pot center to mic selector ground (A or B, they're same)?