Assuming traditional electric guitar sensibilities, and assuming "normal" neck and fretboard geometry, how would you make the thinnest guitar possible? What sort of bridge would you use, knowing that the thinner you make the guitar, the shorter front-mounted screws have to be, with less material to grab...but that's probably not much issue because the body couldn't be *that* thin...right? I assume neck-through could potentially give the thinnest end result, correct? I know that a side effect of the Ibanez S's thinness is that the blade switch couldn't fit in the control cavity without that plastic lump. Toggle switches would be the way to go, right? Pots probably wouldn't need to be particularly low profile...or...could they be with a shallower knob? Let's see...surface-mounted cavity plates... What else?