May be getting in beyond my depth here. I have ordered a Seymour Duncan P-rail w/triple shot ring for the bridge position of a Fender Modern Player Triple-Tele. I have a quarter pound strat pup ordered for the bridge, and a quarter-pound tele for the neck. Both quarter pounders are wired to be tapped. I want to be able to tap the quarter pounders to balance better with the hot-rail selection on the p-rail, with is lower output that either the humbucker or p90 selection. I would also like to have the tapped quarter pounders on 250K pots. I believe you can use 250K/500K stacked pots for this, though the wiring eludes me. It would be simple to keep everything at 500K, but I am afraid it might get too shrill. I think the untapped quarter pounders might be OK at 500K, I would love to have one switch that tapped both pickups, and switched to a 250K circuit on the stacked pots. Individual switches for tapping would be cumbersome. I would also like to have the "seven sound" mod applied https://www.premierguitar.com/articles/the-seven-sound-stratocaster-1 so that I could do neck and bridge, more like a typical strat. The control plate already has a toggle, so that part should be easy, I think. Or should I just stick with 500K pots and keep my life less complicated? Thoughts?