2015 Fender LoneStar Stratocaster Ocean Turquoise, modified with an unfinished maple neck + the 920 Loaded pickguard, with Seymour Duncan P-Rails about a year ago.
I have three strats, three Teles and about 20 other guitars. I used the Tele extensively to gig with for about 8 years because the Tele's bridge pickup does things a Strat's brige PU can not. But, I occaisionally brought along a humbucker equiped guitar. Even though I don't care much for humbuckers, certain songs need a little more oomph. I do love P90s, so when I read about P-Rails pickups, I had a plan to take my LoneStar and put your loaded pickguard into it along with the neck of my dreams, an unfinished maple fretboard neck with its Fender-esque thin profile.
Since I did that, this "franken"strat has been the guitar I now use almost exclusively. I can get that same Strat honk, the extra oomph from P-90s and also the roar of a humbucker when I need it, ala covering David Gilmour as an example. I do like the pickups because the difference is the subtle amount I'm looking for, not overkill when switching between PU types. Further, I selected the two pickup option rather than three pickups because in the heat of the gig, I wanted to be able to flip between pickups without much thought, knowing that a five position selector switch takes time I don't have when gigging.
I am including a photo of my two ocean turquise colored Strats. One is "Esmeralda" this 2015 LoneStart with the loaded pickguard. I placed her beside "Lady", which is my 1966 Ocean Turquoise Strat. Lady would still like to go out dancing from time to time, but she's too valuable, so she stays home while Esmeralda gets the honors.