I had a spare Strat 5-way switch and a .001uf cap sitting around, so I looked to see what I could do with them in my Tele. I found this diagram. And everything worked! Only problem was in position 5--the two pickups in series--I was getting the problem where you get hum when you touch the strings. NOT hum that goes away when you touch the strings, but hum WHEN you touch the strings. It was so annoying because that series wiring sounded otherwise amazing! Recognizing this problem as the bridge being grounded to output, I checked and I saw that I had accidentally grounded the bridge to the same switch lug as the bridge pickup ground. (Dumb mistake; I saw a spare wire and thought it was the bridge pickup ground, not even noticing I already had that wired up.) So I moved the bridge ground to the top of the tone pot. So now the problems: In position 4, I get nothing now, like it's a kill switch. In position 5, only the bridge pickup comes on. I've been trying to figure this out why it worked (albeit with unbearable hum in position 5) with the grounding mistake, but now it doesn't with the bridge grounded onto the tone pot. Positions 1, 2 and 3 still work fine. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to fix this? As an FYI, the neck pickup is grounded to the volume pot. Should it be grounded on the switch somewhere?