I built and installed a new wiring harness in my ES. Experienced the whole "ship in a bottle" exercise not once, not twice, but 3 times ( spacing to tight, broke a pot shaft, hallelujah! ). I *used* to think I knew how to wire a guitar.... I took my time getting the fit correct - pointers are perfect, switch is aligned perfect, barrels are level with their nuts, really nice soldering job if I do say so myself, nothing visible through the f-hole, and it's dead-quiet, I am very pleased! There is a fly in the ointment - the existing knobs ( Top Hat Bell Reflector ) are now sitting slightly proud of where I'd like them. I used CTS short-barrel pots which are correct for an ES. Does anyone have any guidance for helping me get my knobs slammed? I am honestly thinking of breaking out the Dremel. Or maybe a dowel with a tiny patch of 80-grit stuck on the end, boy-scout style. Or maybe chuck that into a drill to go fast. I can't add washers underneath, there isn't any excess thread to play with. The diameter seems fine, nice and snug. Thanks!