Built my 1st kit amp last July... a mojotone variety at their Burgaw facility. Absolutely love the amp, and am absolutely hooked. Have since built a 5f1 and now building a friend a 5e3 in an old repurposed chassis and cab. trying to learn a little more each day. In that spirit, I decided to learn about bias by measuring some of the vitals of my deluxe. I read the RobRob output xformer resistance method, and watched the Uncle Doug bias videos... both really REALLY helpful. After doing the step by step, I had the following measurements: 1st column is resistance from pin 3 of referenced 6v6 to pin 8 of rectifier tube, measure resistance across one side of OT (taken with amp off). ΔV is voltage drop across the same, obviously with amp powered on for a while. Plate Voltage is taken from pin 3 of respective 6v6, to chassis ground. Was surprised by the big difference (my perception) in voltage drops across the different legs of the output xformer. Is this normal? I plan to try a different set of 6v6 to compare, but I expected things to be closer to equal, and a greater overall wattage/dissipation (assuming I have my head on reasonably straight as to what I’m looking at). wondering what some more experienced eyes thought of these results. Thanks for any feedback.