My first Telecaster was a Noah Franklin, which started out okay, but has aged like a fine milk. The saddles are completely shot, and have gotten worse since I started a thread about them. The bridge is weird in that it's import sized with a standard (import) 3 mounting screws, but the strings come up through the body behind the mounting screws, like a MIM or MIA. The body is soft, so a fair amount of the screws have ripped out. I made a thread about the volume pot, but nearly everything else electronically has gone wrong as well. The high E keeps snapping at the tuner, which I've swapped out after several failed attempts at remedying the situation. So, after removing all of the problem parts of this guitar, I'm left with a body, neck, bridge, and pickups. I plan on swapping in some Strat-style saddles, since I've got a set of brass ones sitting around. What are my options for wiring? I've got a few feet of spare wire hanging out, but since both pots, the switch, and the jack are all jacked, I'll need to redo the entire wiring system. Any other opinions, or does this seem like a lost cause?