Just in case of interest/amusement, I'm going to try a new wiring scheme on one of my guitars (black Shine 510). It uses an NSL 6-way toggle switch - these look like a normal 3-way toggle, but give 6 wiring selections. The black Shine I'm doing this to currently has a 3-way toggle, and a push-pull coil-split for both pickups on the tone - but the thing is I never use the coil tap, not least because if changing pickup selections, I haven't got time to operate the toggle switch and push-pull - it's just too much of a faff. And I never really liked the idea of push-pull pots anyhow. So, the new idea is to buy one of these:https://www.thomann.de/gb/freeway_switch_3x3_03_nickel_cream_tip.htm?sid=da9aa379a26278d9880d248737c8400c&ref=glp_alar_408650_2
and use this wiring scheme, giving the normal three humbucker combinations, plus single coil neck, sc neck + sc bridge, and humbucking neck and bridge in series out of phase (the infamous "SOOP" wiring):
The guitar already has great pickups from Ben Fletcher, with 4-conducter wiring, so that helps. I guess my reasons for doing this is that since getting the Line6 Helix, and also playing more varied music, including pop stuff lately, I like to have some brighter tones available. Yes, I have strats and a tele, which do get used and are great, but if I'm taking just one guitar to a gig where I want a good humbucker sound, but other things may occasionally be useful, then this makes sense. If I like the results, I'll do the same mod to my other Shine 510 i.e. the red one.
EDIT - actually, I notice the scheme above has the 50's style wiring for the tone pot, and I won't do that - instead will modify to my preferred use of a treble-bleed cap/resistor on the volume pot, and without the tone capacitor hanging between the tone and volume pots. Not that it's important...