Hey Bill I just got done giving the pickups a test drive. I only installed the bridge pickup. The pickup I pulled out measured about 13K and was a great sounding pickup but at times was a little loose on the bottom end with the guitar tuned 1/2 step down and dropped D as my brother plays it. The Aldrich I have measured about 16.5K ohms, so there is some variance but you'll have that winding pickups.
I am happy to say that the Suhr Aldrich lives up to every bit of it's description on Suhr's site and all the great clips.
The bottom end is very tight and the top end still retains that PAF sparkle and the pickup has a great growl to it when playing open dropped chords letting them ring out, I really like it. I definitely hear Dougs tone in it alot of Syke's Dirty fingers tone but a little sweeter. It doesn't have that middy spike that I seemed to remember hearing in the JB so much it seems very evenly proportioned across frequencies. I know my brother will love this pickup, it is what he was looking for and then some.
I may have to consider one of these in the future for myself, but alas I had MJ at Seymour Duncan wind me a 17K Jake E. Lee spec Holdsworth prototype model, (she had all the specs written on a little card from 1981: how nice) for my Jake E. Lee Replica charvel that I built! I'll be installing that pickup this week!
And yes, the Suhr wiring color code is exactly the same that Seymour Duncan uses which is nice, since that's what I am used to.