I feel like Vox has been pretty successful with the Hand Wired AC30, Ac15 and especially the AC4HW. What's the deal Fender? They have the custom shop. Why not make a CS HW Princeton Reverb, or even NR Princeton? Could you imagine a Custom Shop Princeton Reverb Reissue that was hand wired and ACTUALLY made to the spec of the vintage BF ones? They could even do a CS SF Princeton with a bigger transformer and a 12" speaker. You could buy one and leave your vintage Princeton at home, take the reissue on the road and not sacrifice tone. Am I crazy? I'd buy one. I think they'd sell like crazy. Everyone wants hand wired amps nowadays. I'm sure they won't do it. Even if they did, they'd probably charge more than it would cost for an actual vintage BF Princeton. Fender drives me crazy with their marketing and how they never listen to what their customers want. They already got me off their guitars (I've since bought an MJT Partscaster and a Nash T-63. Both blow away anything Fender makes outside of the custom shop IMO). They're about to turn me off their amps as well. Why would I spend $1000 on a 65' PRRI with cheap PCB (IIRC) when I can get a vintage SF Princeton or even a boutique Princeton copy, for the same price or less that would be completely hand wired and in the case of the boutique guys, could be custom ordered to what I want exactly?