Me too me too! There is a raft of brown- and black-era Princeton reworkings on this forum lately and I'd like to share this idea that took shape in another builder's thread and is close enough now to materializing. Quite a few component values that I need to hear and measure before settling on. Roughly 15-20W (haven't decided on 8K:8R-15W or 6.6K:8R-22W primary OT, haven't decided on lower or higher B+). PR topology (but with PRII's LTP PI and SS rectification), JMP 2103/2104/2203/2204 (inspired) preamp with some fixed values, simple tweed Princeton controls (my favorite by far) a little later than usual to control the high frequencies coming from the wet and keep the gains manageable before signal enters the wet channel (I hope), cathode biased power section because I just don't care strongly about the acknowledged improvements fixed bias offers. Hoping for enough voicing options to be able to enjoy both moderate preamp and/or power tube distortion, a gritty clean with prominent mids (at at least some volume settings), and good sounding reverb in at least some settings, without resorting to multiple channels or numerous controls. No cathode-follower. It's not gonna be a mini Marshall. Will start life, at least, paired with an Jensen C10N from the 70s. Draft schematic and mockup of the faceplate attached. Putting parts (and spares, options) in a cart. Cheers!