So, I mentioned before that I scored a P90 machine for ~$65 ($85 CAD, €56, £50) with a trade-in. Here's what I did to it. Tuners: The trapezoid tuners were inconsistent - some stiff, some loose. I opened them up and put a drop of oil in, but they were still unsatisfactory. So I ordered a set of Musiclily, chrome 3+3 half-moon tuners on Amazon. It matches my other Epis and I like the look better. Nut: Graphtech. It pretty much dropped in. I didn't have to sand the bottom, only the sides. Pickups: OK, the real reason for buying this guitar was to have a place for my Rose Eden P90s. Out came the stock P90s and in went the Edens. I ordered black covers, as the Edens came with white. Unlike most P90 sets, for which the bridge pup pole spacing is about 2mm more than the neck, the spacings on the Edens are the same. So I got 2 covers with 50 mm spacings. Shields. I shielded the pickup cavities, the insides of the covers, and cavity. It's a much quieter guitar now. For a while it was too quiet because a wire or tone pot lug was touching the copper tape and shorting it out. So I put some electrical tape on the cavity wall next to the tone pot lugs. Bridge/tailpiece. I replaced the compensated (lightning?) b/tp with a Musiclily Pigtail-style intonatable, wraparound bridge. As mentioned in another thread, the Pigtail-style is shorter (top to bottom) than the Badass style and the difference in action is about 1mm. The whole thing, which looks like the old thing. BTW, it's a "Limited Edition Custom Shop" guitar. That should command a $1 mark up on eBay.