So, I'm about to be buying a guitar with an ugly pickgaurd for the body (body is capri orange) most places I can obtain a cream pearloid color pickgaurd also offer something called "transparent milky white" that seems to run cheap as standard black or white. I have 2 questions about this stuff, for anyone who may know: 1. Is it as rigid as typical pickgaurd material of the same thickness? (Important because all guts and jack mount on pg) And 2. Will some semblance of the orange finish show through the material? The overall aesthetic I'm after for the thing is reminiscent of one of those orange popsicles with ice cream in the middle (dreamsicle?). While I can get what I feel is the most evocative of this image made for almost the cost of the guitar (out of "aged" high quality celuiod) I'm aiming for under $50. (There are plenty of great options over $50 too, but I'm cheap, so yea) Using the trans milky would be neat, but cream pearloid and cream pickup covers is plan b. Thanks in advance!