I'm using this diagram I got from Phostenix' great site: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7440801/Guitar Wiring/Strat-FP-Blend.jpg The blender pot adds the neck PU or bridge PU depending on what pickup you're using. It's a good diagram, but Phostenix simplified it a bit to make it easier for the average modder. The blender pot works opposite to what it should in that diagram, i.e. at 10 the pickup is out of the circuit, at at 1 completely in the circuit. The solution was to make my own "reverse no-load pot" using my girlfriend's nail varnish inside the pot. Now I find the taper is a bit screwed up; when blending in the neck, it's only useful from 10 to 7, and blending in the bridge only from 10 to 9, so I thought of putting in a linear taper pot. But now I'm thinking that 250k is probably too much anyway, maybe 100k, or even 50k would be enough? Since the pot will be no-load, I don't have to worry about having enough resistance to completely take the pickup out of the circuit. What do you think, good idea?