OK - I got inspired seeing some split pickups available on eBay and am using these in an Airline type body build and need help on what is probably the most complex wiring question I've ever dealt with. The pickups are each 3 strings wide and individually 3.5 Ohms. I have 6 in total. Want to wire them up similar to standard Stratocaster wiring, but with two 5 way switches to control the lower pitched strings versus higher pitched string sides of the pickups separately. Only one tone and volume to simplify things. The goal is if I switch the two 5-ways to the same positions, I'll get normal Strat pickup combinations, although I'll wire them reverse polarity so they will noise cancel. If that was all I wanted, I'd just wire the two halves directly in series with each other and could just use one 5-way switch and it would be like normal Strat 7 Ohm pickups. But I also want to be able to take advantage of the split pickups to get combinations I couldn't otherwise get. E.g., Neck pickup for the 3 lower strings at the same time as bridge pickup for the 3 higher strings. I'm attaching pics of the build, the way I've wired it and the schematic I thought would work. Haven't strung it up yet, because I'm finding that the multimeter shows me I have 30+ Ohms resistance when I put both switches to the same position (e.g., bridge) rather than the 7 Ohms I was expecting. Slight drop when I go to position 2 or 4 as you'd expect, but still way higher than I was postulating. So something's wrong with my thinking here. View attachment 761374 Can anyone help?