So I ordered a Boothill partial kit a few months ago. Dave was nice enough to get me what I needed as I had accumulated some miscellaneous parts on my own. After months of on again off again soldering, rewiring and lead dressing I finally got to the point three weeks ago where I wired up the two transformers and had it ready to test and for some reason I did not. Not sure if I was scared I had messed something up or that it might be a failure. So yesterday I decided I would forgo football and test the amp. Got my light bulb limiter ready, safety glasses on and plugged it in. I went and grabbed my multimeter and when I turned around the pilot light was glowing. That thing is on! Yep my switches are upside down and it was ready to go when I plugged it in. Whew, glad there was not any issues. Light bulb was dark so I went onto RobRob's start up. Everything looks good, I have 6.2 (should be 6.3 though) at the pilot and heaters on the pre amp. And I have 325V at each of the two rectifier pins. All I need now is some tubes to move onto the next step. See anything to worry about? And I have woke up with wood for the last year and a half so as soon as this is done it is time to take care of that and build a cab.