Wow! TDPRI-mates to the rescue (again!). My bad, I should have checked further when I saw that very odd cap value. The diagram has the cap labeled 1 uF, while the parts list does indeed, show .1uF. Thanks to Rob and GN for the heads up, and for the info Guitarnut included from Premier Guitar. Rob, I've got a quite large stock of .1uF caps, but thanks for the kind offer. I remember going through my cap. bin thinking, "why the hell can't it be .1uF, I've got a ton of those?" If I'd only known! After reading through the Premier Guitar article, I may shoot for a middle value, what they call "woman tone" (a la Mr. Clapton, I assume), however, if the .1 gives me the classic 60's Strat tone, that's what I'm shooting at. This will be my surf guitar until I get that Jag built. Anyhoo, I obviously have a bit more soldering to do, or more accurately, un-soldering and soldering. Also, check out the next post. I'm making discoveries I am liking less and less as I perform surgery deeper and deeper into Mr. Stratenstein. . . Surf music it will be, Rob, but I'm afraid you can pot down the tap tone for a bit, I've got some more work to do on my patient. . . .