Background: Our friend @keithb7 built a 6G2 with a Mojo chassis and noted though nice overall, it had a too-big PT cutout and (weirdly) the fuse and power cord cutouts were switched. Trying to avoid all that, I bought a correctly punched aluminum chassis that needed almost all the other holes drilled. Tedious. Now I may have a chance to build one for a friend. I see Mojo has stopped listing their 6G2 chassis, and although they still seem to sell it on Reverb, it still has the holes wrong. Then I find that nice small shop on eBay, zachmdhunter, makes a good-looking chassis. But the pictures suggest they copied all of Mojo's holes, and a question to them confirms it. Now, I know, Keith made a beautiful laser-cut steel adapter for his PT, and I've since learned you can mount a fuse in a double-D power cord cutout (use a star washer) *and* you can drill out a fuse hole to accept a strain relief. I forget what size hole, and the strain relief will rotate. Do-able, not elegant. Best solution I've seen was by @theprofessor , who used a PR chassis in his build. Elegant, spacious, and a few extra portholes for upgraded passengers... Does someone make a 'correct' 6G2 chassis?