I have my Champ 12 opened up to do the Torres input jack upgrade. "While I'm in there..." there are a few other things I'm going to do, looking for other suggestions. I really only need the normal channel (plenty of pedals get anything else I want), but I wouldn't mind trying to tame the distortion channel a bit. Years ago I did put in the Torres mod that links up the two preamp tubes with a few resistors and caps. I think its purpose mainly was to try to balance the two channels (a little more normal, a little less drive)? I want to recap while it's open, at least the four big 47s- most likely go up to 220? Any need to do the other four smaller electrolytics? I can't find any smaller value pots that will fit in for the two 1M drive channel pots, but I do have some 330k resistors that I can put in across the outer lugs- I think that's a known mod to give those pots a more usable range? I'll try playing with the reverb trim pot, but again I have a decent reverb pedal so no biggie. I wanted to replace the power switch with a typical Fender toggle, but after looking it over it's a bit tougher than I thought- faceplate-wise. Like fitting a round peg in a square hole... I've printed out two or three marked up schematics of other guys mods, but I don't want to just start changing things "willy nilly". Suggestions? This link was very helpful, particularly for tracing out the signal path (good ol' robrob again): https://www.tdpri.com/threads/explain-the-champ-12.691445/ (ignore the stuff to the left, also building the Smallbear Maestro FZ-1 clone).