It’s been a couple years since I had the soldering iron working like this, but I built a Strat. HSH pickguard, SD Jazz neck, SD Vintage Rails N in the middle (coils hardwired parallel), DiMarzio Andy Timmons bridge. I thought I was supposed to reverse the wiring for the DiMarzio (so green is hot, red is ground) but something is way off when the selector is in bridge+middle. It is definitely the hardest phase cancellation I ever heard, or something is touching just wrong enough to bleed most of the output from that position on the switch. Before I take the darn strings off and tear it apart again, please remind me, somebody? Am I supposed to reverse all four leads from the Dimarzio AT-1 to make it “in-phase” with the Duncan Vintage Rails next to it? Matters further complicated by the fact that both neck and bridge have on/on/on mini toggles for series/split/parallel before they go to the 5-way selector. (1 meg vol with treble bleed, 250k no-load tone pot+.0033uF cap. Mini toggle for each neck and bridge, and a standard 5 way selector.) Anyone kind enough to generate a diagram of this, I will pay you in remote appreciation and vociferous thanks.