So, I started doing a cap job on my Bassman Reissue and am bit frustrated... I am trying to figure out the easiest way to get the board out to get to the backside. I'm looking at all these hair thin wires to the tube sockets and to the control board. I just don't like it. I enjoyed rehabing my Twin earlier this year and think I will really enjoy doing the Bassman as well. I know I can re-use a lot of the parts and started looking at a bill of materials and trying to place as few orders as possible (this time around). I started at Hoffmanamps.com and did the kit parts list for a Bassman. Then pulled off the chassis, transformers, tube sockets, filter caps, swapped out the turret board for an eyelet board (I just like the look a little better). I know I will probably have to make a custom filter cap board (the Reissue's dog house doesn't look like it's the same size as the vintage one on my Twin... Wonder if the Hoffman board fits into the Reissue chassis? Guess I'll have to do some measuring. I'd like to turn my Bassman into a lifetime amp. I really want to make sure I have the very best components going in (other than the parts I plan to re-use) without breaking the bank. What reasonable substitutes do people recommend?