I spent the afternoon soldering the parts onto the fiberboard. Would you all take a look at this and see what you think? I did not like the eyelets that shared three leads! You get one in, the others pop out! Also, I think I was soldering too hot, at least at times. I got some small streams of shooting solder coming off the board a few times (!). Also, there were a few places where I really cut the leads too short. The metal oxide dropping resistors, for example, could have been longer. I think they'll work, but I should have not cut them as close as I did. Thoughts? Here's the front of the board [EDIT: I posted some better pictures in the next post]: And here's the back. You'll see that there are some spots where solder is oozing out the back. Do I just snip that off before attaching the cloth leads?