I was just saying if I put the free way in a Paul’s guitar it would have basically every option possible. Because in any position that it’s using the neck and/or bridge you would have the added options that the mini toggles bring. So in the the “normal” side it would have all 8 “stock” sounds. Then on the other side, the top and bottom position would both have two flavors. So, if my math is right, it would actually have 13 options. And I just now found out about their blade switch. I’ve used megaswitches before for more options on guitars that had blade switches. I’ll have to check out their switch and all what it does. And while it sounds like I like an over abundance of option, it’s really the opposite. I like a few. But some of them aren’t common. So to get those extra options I’ll end up with more than I need. Luckily those “extras” can be handy. As long as they don’t make things cumbersome, it’s worth it. And that’s one of the things I didn’t like about the 513. It was too hard to go from bridge humbucker to neck single coil. Anyway I digress. Back to how cool the SE Paul’s guitar is stock.