Just delivered - a new Emerson wiring harness. I'm anxious to see it when I get home. And even more - to install it! Backstory: I've wired or rewired almost every electrical guitar I've ever owned. But my time has gotten precious lately. And I've become more interested in playing guitars in my spare time than working on them. So I popped for an emerson kit. Hoping to whittle the hours of sourcing and spec-ing parts and soldering them up down to an hour or so installing the harness (with new pickups, too!). In August 2019, I bought some minihumbuckers from Tim at SundayHandwound (LOVE his pickups). I didn't have a guitar to run them in, but I had been eyeballing a 2018 Gibson SG Special at the local store. It all fell together like fate. I bought the SG and have since fell in love with it. It's the best playing guitar I've ever experienced, but not the best sounding. Well, life got busy and those pickups, sadly, have been sitting in a box for more than a year. The 2018 SG has the PCB board electronics and quick connect pickups. I wouldn't mind keeping the PCB electronics - they are good quality and work great. But after debating, I've decided to just pull everything out as a unit (PCB and pickups) and sell them off. And install the handwound minihums and a premium harness. Why not do everything I can to make the best playing guitar the best sounding one, too? Pics and details to follow. First issues is: to shield or not to shield??? I have a good supply of nice conductive adhesive copper tape.