The plate is fine but I had to re-rout the cavity as the pots were 5mm closer to the ends and were hard up against the neck end of the rout. Then that exposed the other end so I had to build up the other end of the other cavity so I could screw the plate in place.
It seems many of the Chinese made kits do not match Fender specs. Both kits I put together had non-matching routing which requires modifications.
Custom 4-Way for Tele®
I bought a used 1985 Geedy Lee CIJ jazz bass, both volume control pot had a flat spots and 1/4 input was slopy. Decided to replace the hole control panel. A friend told me to check out Obsidian Wire. First impression was how the mother board cleaned the harness from outer wiring from pot to pot. After extending ground wirer from bridge installation was easy! Control plate & knobs correct, excellent volume & tone control, sound is awesome.
Amazingly easy to install. Works great. Will be upgrading all of my guitars to these harnesses.
I started my first Telecaster build with an Obsidian Wire 4 way switch, and it sounded beefy and mean. Perfect for alternative rock or "surf rock" songs like Six-Wave-Hold-Down, but I wanted even more tonal capabilities, so I popped a middle pickup in, and switched to a 7 way Obsidian Wire switch. Now, it sounds phenomenal. Cleans are beautiful, dirty sounds incredible and articulate. It makes my squier affinity Tele sound absolutely incredible. I've got Fender Ultra Noiseless Vintage Tele pickups, and an Ultra Noiseless Hot middle strat pickup, and it gives me the incredible quacky, clean, smooth, and gritty tones I strive for. I'll use Obsidian Wire switches for any guitar I build in the future. Build quality is immaculate and the simplicity for install is beyond measure.