I opened up my Crybaby Classic to see how the switch was wired and the thing has a damn ribbon on it... However there is a peculiar spot on the board right next to where the ribbon connects to the main PCB that says "D3", but there is nothing there. I think this is an LED can be directly soldered in with no fuss like the plain CryBaby. Take a look at these pictures and tell me what you think, I could be wrong, but my first instinct was, "I bet it goes right there". It is in this first picture directly above the ribbon on the right corner: Here is a picture of the switch, it looks very different from the 3PDT switches you are used to seeing in pedals. However you should be able to still tap off of it just like a normal one right? (in the case you can't just solder an LED to "D3"): and the Fasel Inductor (You can also see a "D2" at the very bottom right corner of the PCB): I noticed you can get different colored Fasel Inductors online, is there a big difference from one to the next? If there was, it wouldn't be that hard to wire it up where you had two wired in with a switch to go between them.