So Im having a Vintage Broadcaster lead pickup installed on a Squier Standard as we speak, and earlier I thought to myself "You know I really only use the middle and bridge positions on this guitar, but there *are* scenarios in which a big, creamy, flutier sound is necessary..." And that got me thinking about replacing the neck pickup with either a minihumbucker, a p90 or a p94. So my other telecaster is a dual p90 model, and I like that sound a lot, but I use the two guitars differently (and for different songs in the set). The articulation of the traditional tele singles is something I want to maintain, but with much more tonal bloom and general character from the neck pickup (which to me just sounds sort of boring and conservatively voiced). I understand the P94 is basically a humbucker-sized P90. Are there any meaningful tonal differences? And furthermore, would a minihumbucker add body without sounding smeary and nondistinct? To wit: I play low to medium gain styles in a mostly rhythmic role, with all of the overdrive and crunch coming mainly from my AC15. The music I play requires anything from chordal strumming to single note figures and rhythmic arpeggiations, usually seamlessly blending those methods. When I do push into full saturation, its for big washy moments where the guitar becomes a textural element... Think Sigur Ros or Radiohead atmospherics. What neck pickup style will best do the job?