I've recently been going deeper into the mod pool and have come to a realization regarding a wiring preference. Common wisdom seems to be audio taper pots for volume, and linear or audio for tone. I've been really disappointed with the volume and tone controls in my guitars with that setup. I've even had a good American Pro Tele modified (ineffectively) to try to work around the way the tone and volume fell off so quickly. Turns out the configuration used on my Agiles from the factory is the reverse: B500K linear Alpha pots for Volume and A500K audio Alpha pots for Tone. To me, this is much better. I feel like it gives a usable range from 1-10 on both controls. So my next wave of projects will likely involve some rewiring of guitars to use the linear volume and audio tone configuration. I'm pretty excited about this. I have a love/hate relationship with some of my guitars...love how they sound when the volume is at 8.5 - 10, but hate the weak sauce below 8.5. Any good stories from forum members on this topic?