Any ideas about how I should do this? I'm looking at mounting a dog-ear P90 at the bridge of a 335-style guitar, so it has to work with the carved top. For example, how do Gibson mount their flat-bottomed dog-ears onto the ES-330? I imagine the base of the pickup cover needs to be curved to match the top of the guitar - much the same as the bottom of a humbucker mounting ring is curved - the top routed in the usual dog-ear fashion, and the 'guts' of the pickup will just drop into the slot . Does this sound about right?