uh...for the record, the FRED needs to be in the neck(f spaced or not, doesn't matter) and the evo in the bridge(bridge pickups "should always" be f-spaced). the reason is for output issues. also the fred is an overgrown paf pro, while the evo is a hot distortion class pickup. i have this setup on my rg550. and it proves that they compliment each other. if you have any doubts about what i'm saying, go to dimarzio's site and look at the specs.
as far as the air norton/tone zone setup...that is my all time favorite combo. on my new rgt3120, i am immediately swapping the paf pros to it(if GC gets me the air zone before it comes in...it'll be air norton/air zone. pickup dynamics like a mu-fugga!). i currently have a pair in an rt650 and god it rocks. so versatile and the inbetween split 5 is so sweet sounding.