I'm looking at doing a Soloist build and have a question on the control cavity. I am only looking at putting in a volume knob and a 3-way pickup toggle switch. The normal control cavity route leaves alot of room that I don't need. So here's my question. Do I gain alot tone-wise by cutting my own control cavity that is much smaller than the normal route? Or is it not worth the hassle? I have all the tools needed to do it, but I would have to think about access to the input jack, making my own cover plate, etc. It seems like alot of wood gets cut out there, and I'd like to avoid it since I don't need as much space.