Dude that's killer! Those pickups are very underrated, got another aristides coming in from a separate deal so this week is gonna be an arium overload for me hah. And as for the resonance thing, they all consistently resonate to a similar degree so while I'm not sure how valid the whole Arium resonates more argument falls, it's less likely to get a guitar that sounds dead through these guys than a wooden instrument. If we're going to get technical about this too, I don't think the resonance matters on electrics that much nor do people take advantage of it at all. Back when I had a much larger collection I experimented with resonance and found that some notes just had a significant boom to them that others didn't, C/C#/E were some of the most common notes. And when those guitars are strung up so that the tuning/low string falls on that note I definitely did notice a massive increase in how the open low note sounded and felt, I can't really explain it much further than that. But another note is that it didn't just magically make all the other notes on every string more resonant or something, 0 - 3 were the most boomy feeling notes but it gradually tapered off until another E on the lower strings. What I think people are referring to with these is the pseudo-chambering the little crystalized bubbles in the arium produces when it's set, and it feels like the effects of chambering. For example the JPX has these couple inch long carves into the body wood, but the arium in these things have the bubbles form from headstock to the butt of the guitar in it's entirety.