I have a used 2006 Baja Tele. 2006 was their inaugural year; so I feel pretty fortunate that I found it. It's a desert sand finish. When I bought it, the previous owner (was he the original owner? I don't know) had done a real hack job on the electronics. He removed the S1 switch; which I'm ok with. He damaged the 4-way switch. After I bought the guitar, I ordered a new 4-way Tele assembly; which came with a switch, 250k vol/tone pots, and a 0.47uF cap. He had also replaced the single ply white pickguard with a black bakelite guard. IMO, single ply black guards should not be on opaque guitars. Original pickups are in it. I decided to route the body and install a middle pickup; which I do often. Every week, I change something. I add a middle pickup and change the pickups out. Next week, I might put the 56/58 single-ply white pickguard on and just do a three way switch and remove the middle pickup. Or I might remove that pickguard and install a multi-ply parchment pickguard (no neck pickup adjustment holes). Bottom line is I have a great guitar here and I'm getting tired of doing all this stuff and changing everything. I know no one can cure me of this fickleness; but some other ideas might help.