Hi All, I used the diagram attached (from another forum) to do a true-bypass on the wh10 as it was taking a noticeable amount of high end out my signal. The 3pdt is a TIGHT fit. Packing the PCB board back on top continuously give shorting problems/ issues (even after adding tape to the switch soldering). So what I did in the end was completely dremel away the cross-hair knob inside the footpad (the one that touches the switch on the outside) - although it took me quite a while as it is cramped in there! This enabled me to lift the 3pdt higher out of the way of the circuit board. In doing this, you have to remove one of the two foam strips underneath the toe of the footpad - a nice addition that enables more swing travel to the wah pedal. The WH10v2 apparently has more boost potential than the original (depending on where you put the knob). Some people complain about this not being true to original, but its handy if you play overdriven a lot because the boost enables the wah to come out a little stronger in the mix . I've also removed all the extra 2n2 capacitors already (there are three - these are not present in the original circuit and can be easily found and reomved) I'm not 100% certain on the difference in sound - I think the tone is less shrill. Anyway, I now have the perfect wah. this is a very well balanced, vocal wah. Its better than my Area 51 ! (I sold that a while ago!). It is a different animal - more synthy on distortion, but VERY expressive clean. It can also go after fuzz quite happily.