So I thought I'd like the help of the many of you out there that have a) done this before and b) know a heckofa lot more about this than I do. I've been doing a lot of research along the way and have been paying attention to other builds and "living" on @robrob s website but it's finally time to begin to take the plunge. Some of you have seen this before, but this is the cab that it is going into. Took me a while to build (ended up building 6 more cabinets of various sizes along the way, too) but think it was worth it. I can post additional pics if you want to see the side, top, etc. but it's a little off-track. Here is a picture of the rear, though: As you can see from the pic, the amp will be using an 8", 4ohm speaker from WGS--a G8C. For hardware, I've chosen a 330-0-330 from Mercury Magnetics (yeah, I know, I know...) and have also selected their output transformer. I've already installed the transformers and power cord to the chassis, along with the tube sockets and output jack. But nothing is soldered yet (except the speaker wire to the speaker and to the 1/4" plug, that is. Here is my circuit board right at the moment: The two empty slots are for the other 2 axial capacitors; the kit came with 2, 22uF caps but I thought that was overkill (?) so I bought two F&T 500V, 10uF caps to go in instead. Should be here today. How am i looking so far? Anything stand out yet about how I've populated? I've tried to keep the caps in the top holes (except the cathode bypass cap on the right) as they will eventually need to be replaced.