* Note - Sorry, forgot to add my note about what I should have done to the bottom panel.... The thing I learned about the back panels regards curves and round overs. Rounding over the curves makes stretching the tweed across it a heck of a lot easier. What I SHOULD have done was put a round over in the cutout area of the bottom pane, but left the flat, horizontal ears alone. I THINK this is the way Fender did it back in the day. Although, I still haven't found anyone with a back panel I can look at or get these details from. Making another lower back panel is easy and quick though... So, if I find these details later, I'll just pop out a new one.