Hi everyone. I am about to start a bassman micro build. I built a 5f1 last year, but that's all my experience so far (other than a lot of effects pedal building..) I was wondering if it would be OK to use a generic turret board (just two rows of turrets) rather than creating the specific turret board on the layout? I realise I will have to shift things about a little, and it will be slightly longer, but is there anything else I should be concerned about? I initially thought, well... it's not really much different from using tag board, but then I thought maybe I should check first before moving ahead. I also fancied having a go at including the HRD spring reverb layout (also from robrob's site). I had a go at making the layout a little smaller as I am used to working on strip board rather than matrix board, which I posted over at the tagboard effects forum and got an even more compact layout in reply (http://guitar-fx-layouts.42897.x6.nabble.com/Hot-Rod-Deluxe-Reverb-Layout-td44932.html). Does this look OK? I was also thinking about using strip board for the power supply for this board, but I thought I should check if strip board will be OK to take the initial 50v bias tap? I am also a little unsure of the best place to install the reverb circuit. I'm not buying the power transformer until next month, and the choke and output transformer are coming from Finland in "3-5 weeks", so I have a little time to fill planning. On the power transformer, can any one point me in the direction of a UK source for the hammond 370ax? I've been keeping my eye out, and I would ideally rather go for something local (less time waiting and lower shipping). As it's going in a Princeton reverb chassis, I was thinking of putting the effects loop at the back in place of the foot switch (the chassis is pre-drilled). Are there any concerns re noise doing this? Thanks for the help!