I had attempted an ambitious (for me) wiring project installing Bare Knuckle Warpigs into my Carvin DC727 using a Freeway 6-way switch in place of the normal 3 way toggle, and Darren was great in helping me with getting the diagram correct.
The first problem I encountered was that the Carvin stock routes were not large enough for the covered BKPs. Almost, but definitely not quite. I have probably the smallest hand held dremel tool available, and I didn't want to risk just using a router bit because those fuckers can grab and catch in the wood and throw you all over hell (and by that I mean directly into parts of the guitar that should never meet a dremel). However, I had a small sandpaper bit that worked well for this project. I very carefully applied this to the top and bottom sides and corners of the routes, and after a good bit of time I eventually had widened the routes to look pretty nice around the BKPs. It's not laser straight but good enough for government work!
The second problem I encountered was electrical. Despite Darren's help, I must have done something wrong in that I kept getting God-awful amounts of buzzing/humming from the guitar. Unusable amounts. Terrible amounts. [To make matters worse for me, I had both my 7s undergoing pickup swaps at the same time.] I couldn't figure out what the problem was, so I took the easy way out so I could get this up an playable again ASAP. I re-installed the stock Carvin electronics with the BKPs, which due to the coil-tapping push-pull tone knob essentially has all of the options that I would have had with the 6 way switch anyway. So, here she is!