Exited for you bro!
Drew is spot on there, swapping your guitars will definately make the strat feel weaker and thinner, but they’re also will have lot more articulation and attack, fast muted playing makes me think of the sparks flying of the rails, your amp has you covered.
One think to keep in mind is use your bridge tone knob, mine is set at 70% to 50% at all times depending on the drive, I think it’s pretty standard practice to achieve a balance with the neck pickup.
Also, know that the neck pickup will sound better at higher volumes. I find at lower volumes it’s a bit on the muddy side, and the bridge pup is at the sweet spot. Things are very differnet with the amp turned up, the neck gets a lot clearer and that strat quack and articulation is realy amazing under high gain, it’s just adictive, while the brige pickup is mostly used for palm muted shred and rhythm, they’re both really glorious at this point.
Set them up to have balanced volumes as well, mine are near the halfway between the pickguard and the string, the neck is lower than the bridge.
AND You WILL NEED some good nut lubricant, this is important, I use something called Tune-It by MusicNomad, saying this since you’re coming from locking bridges.