As the thread title says--I'm looking for a good-sounding Strat-sized bridge humbucker. I want to replace the stock bridge pickup in an old MIC Squier Strat I bought. I'm not too picky on the fine nuances of sound quality other than that I'd like a thicker, fatter sound than the typical import Strat bridge pickup, and I want it to be hum-canceling. I see that GFS has a rail-type pickup but they say I might have to enlarge the pickup hole a bit, and I don't want to do that. I also see that they have stacked noise-canceling models but I'm thinking those aren't going to have the beefier sound I'm looking for. If I'm wrong, please advise.