I have a 2000 PRS Custom 24 that I recently refurbished with all new electronics and pickups. For electronics, I dropped in the PRS CU24 3-way switch conversion kit with a three way switch and tone push-pull (replacing the 5 way rotary). For pickups, I put in the SD Hot Rodded set (JB/Jazz) in place of the original HFS/Vintage Bass pickups, which were in bad shape physically. Now, I've seen other posts on wiring, mainly about matching wire colors, flipping the SD magnets, etc. My question is a bit different, not how to do it, but more about which wiring method to use. So, I can wire the pickups in two different ways: 1. PRS Scheme: Drop in the SD pickups, (flip one magnet), match the wires to PRS accordingly and leave the PRS wiring as-is. 2 SD Scheme: Leave the SD magnets as-is, use the PRS pots, 3-way switch, caps, but re-wire between the pots/switch, etc. exactly to match the corresponding Seymour Duncan wring diagram. Question is, will there be a tonal difference between these wiring schemes or is it just two different ways to get to exactly the same place? Not trying to argue SD vs. PRS pickups, etc. that's another discussion entirely. More, the question is trying to determine if there is a component of the "PRS sound " associated with the wiring only. The same question could be reversed: If you took a core PRS guitar with original PRS pickups, etc., kept all original components but rewired in accordance with a SD or other standard or typical wiring diagram for the same configuration (flip magnet if needed), would there be a tonal difference? Thoughts and suggestions are appreciated.