I used it before... its NOT forgiving.. .but its absolutely clear and thats nice when playing fast stuff..
Anyway, one thing I think its important to note.
THe HFH has a DC Resistance of 5.82 and that makes it a little hard to balance with higher output pups like the Evo bridge/Evo2 (12-13 DC Resist), when wired together.
Now if you were to use a HFH and say an Evo 2 in parallel, you will note that the tone is virtually identical to a HFH alone.
The problem is that due to the much much lower DC resistance of the HFH, in a parallel wiring, the current will flow thru the HFH more, thus the HFH will totally overpower the Evo 2.
This applies to any parallel configuration (Ibanez H-H wiring, position 3 and 4).
Thats was the main beef I had with the HFH when paired up with my Tonezone in my S520EX with a 3-way switch. The middle position (H-H, parallel) just sounded like the HFH alone.
One more thing, the HFH doesn't sound much different when split. It still sounds single coil-ish, but with lower output. So yeah, if you intend to use it split alone, like in my guitar, its kind of a waste of the coil split.
Maybe you want to try something higher output like a Super 2?