So I've decided to just go for it and upgrade the parts I'm not in love with on my new (to me) 2018 MIM plus top Tele Standard... What I'm going for is intended to achieve three things: 1. Fix the dead sounding low E string and A string. They sound very dull even with brand new strings. I assume it's either an issue with the nut or the block steel saddle that came on it. Both will be replaced... 2. Provide better tone overall, but specifically through upgrading the not-very-impressive stock pickups. C. (lol) Give me the locking tuners I prefer and F. Switch over to a more vintage bridge with three barrel brass saddles. Here's the parts I've chosen - I'm interested in input / wisdom: BRIDGE: Gotoh BS-TC2 - I trust the brand for quality. I'm a little concerned that the one I'm looking at has no Gotoh logo / engraving (I prefer it without - that's a GOOD thing) but most others I've seen have ugly script letters saying "in tune" - BLECH... Any chance this is a fake? https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07TSCCJ7M/?tag=tdpri-20 ELECTRONICS: ObsidianWire Custom 4-Way setup - I'm interested in checking out both the parallel and in-series options and I hate soldering... PICKUPS: Bootstrap Palo Duro - I think it will be a happy medium between "traditional Tele" with just a hint more grunt. I'm positive it will be a big upgrade over the stock ones... TUNERS: Hipshot drop in locking tuners - I have these on my Strat and really like them a lot so why go a different direction? NUT: Graphtech aged pre-slotted Tusq nut - again, I have one on my Strat and really like it. Thoughts? Anywhere I'm going off the rails? Thanks in advance!