Looking at the possibility of replacing the pick ups in my 2016 72 Reissued Thineline. With either Craemery or Loller Wide Range. But first question is. I have read several places that the post 2012 Fender Wide Range pickups in the 72 reissue are much better then the pre 2012's . So will I get a worth while improvement going to Loller or Creamy. Second question which one. In the past I always played Strats. Liked but always felt like I wanted a fatter tone. So I word try a PAF Gibson's type guitar. Loved the big fat tone when I played them on their own. But when I would play them in a band situation I never liked how it sounded in the mix compared to a Strat. Then I got a chance to use a friend's 72 Reissue Thineline. Really liked it. As you all know single coil bite and humbucker fatness. It should be noted in giving me direction here that I do not like real bright highs. They seem harsh to me. This is why Telenator pick ups are not on my radar. Their quality sounds great. But most say they are bright. I'm leaning towards the Lollers . The reason bein the over driven sound clips and videos I have listen to of the Craemery sound great. But I can't find and truly clean clips. Even on the Craemery web page the even the clean examples sound dirty. I'm not looking for Twin clean. More like Blues Deluxe clean. So can you get a nice clean out of the Craemery. I also want true coil tap which I know the Craemery has the option of. I don't know about Loller. So based on all this long babbling on.(sorry) Give me some advice. And yes I I know I know this is all objective and personal. But I still want your opinions.