Hey, Wyatt, no fair using actual facts. Your observation agrees with what I've heard, read, and experienced -- now that you remind me. The whole jumbled process points out boutique caps benefit from an air of mystery and *may or may not* differ much from standard caps. And that's before we even talk about whether foil cap construction affects tone. The 'do caps matter' fight is a non-starter IMHO -- and also never-ending. FWIW, I like Mallory and have used them. But I once dissected a Mallory and a Mojo Dijon, and the Dijon actually *looked* closer to the insides of a blue molded Ajax -- thinner foil layers more tightly rolled, if that's a thing. I like Mojo Dijons a lot too, and they're really affordable. When I use Sozos or other boutique caps it's mostly for fun. I put 4 in my 6g2 in the slots where Fender used Ajax -- it just looks more like a vintage amp. Sounds fine, maybe sounds great, who knows, but it cost me like $10 extra, which I saved back by using Dijons elsewhere. Now if we're dissecting things, who's gonna cut open a big blue Sprague filter cap to see if there's really a cheap Chinese cap inside. *That's* a long-lasting rumor I've never seen tested with pics.