In another thread - there are the GREEN mylar Radio Shack capacitors - they're just fine, and sound as nice as any boutique cap, but carry zero bragging rights. The .022µf ones in any modest voltage are just fine. You might see them in a few voltage sizes, get the ones that will be physically easy to work with - ie - not too small to be a @#$@#$ and not too big to crowd things.
I've ordered a few today. Their pretty big but the control cavity on thinlines is pretty huge anyway. Thanks again.
I've just completely gutted and rewired my squire tele and its actually working. While there was a fair bit of guessworkk and I've hardly done a pro job its sounding pretty sweet and has been great soldering practice. Can't remeber what Cap I put in there but the tone is pretty good.