First of all, kudos to the guys who really take the time to photo-document their entire builds each step of the way. I don't see how you keep up. I kind of just take pictures in stages after they are complete, not while I'm doing it. A local guy asked if I could build a 2x12" tweed cab for his Blues Jr. And that sounded like a good idea to me. He said he has two C-Rex speakers laying around, so that's what is going in it. Also, a new Allen Blues Jr upgrade with 4/8 ohm taps. So, here is a Tweed Blues Jr/Twin cab in the works. 27" wide x 18-1/2" high x 10-3/8 deep at the bottom with a 5 degree slant. 3/8" baltic birch baffle. I was hesitant to use 3/8" instead of 1/2". but I may just run an extra brace strip glued straight up the middle between the speakers. She's a biggun! That's my old Pro Jr cabinet for reference. I've got to add one more personal victory. I traced out the size of the baffle just by laying the cab down on the plywood. I drew the center lines both ways, played with some speaker placement, but I wanted to get as much wood left on the edges and center as I could for strength. I finally took the 1-1/2" side of my square and marked it on each edge and straight down the middle. I figured I could do the "straight sided circles" like some of the old cabs did. When I put my cutout template on there, I couldn't believe it. The arc of the circle hit hit all four straight lines perfectly. I ended up dropping them down an inch or two to lower the center of gravity in the end. But, I couldn't have planned that part any better.