So I've got a decent little SX Tele clone I picked up on the cheap some years ago, that I'm pretty fond of. (I do like SX Guitars - for the money, the build quality on everything but the pickups/electronics is quite reasonable.) I've had some fun swapping out the pickups on it (current configuration: SD Quarter Pounder in the bridge position, '62 gold-foil in the neck position - very nice together,) but I ran into some trouble when I thought I'd like to try a series mod. Problem is, the body is actually thinner than usual for Telecasters, closer to Strat thickness, and the control pocket is routed accordingly - which means that it's not possible to fit a standard Tele-style rotary switch (the big bare-board circular design) without re-routing it, and I'd like to avoid that if possible. The default setup came with a 3-position switch in a Strat-style package (the rectangular metal box,) but the only 4-position switch I've been able to find in that form factor is one obscure piece on eBay that the seller wants $130 for (!!!) So the natural course of action would be to use a 5-position Strat switch instead - easy enough, but it leaves me one extra position that I'm not sure what to do with. I can't see a good way to rig it up for a phase-reversed option without adding an extra pole, but I'm curious to hear any additional suggestions for a useful 5th option in a two-pickup system?