Hi everybody! I've been active over on the Tele Home Depot page for a few years, but figured I would try my luck at an amp build. Long story short, I ended up with a Mojotone 5E3 Tweed Deluxe kit. I actually pieced together my own kit from them because I wanted a multi-tap output transformer, a different sized chassis (I am making it into a head unit, not a combo) and I already had some of the tubes. I've mostly finished wiring up the amp and only have the speaker outputs and "ground" switch left to do. I've intentionally left them for last. I couldn't decide if I wanted to leave the switch as a more-or-less useless ground switch or modify it to use as either a standby switch, or just a simple mute switch. I've done some reading on both, but admittedly I am not super knowledgable on amp electronic circuitry. I have a basic understanding of electronics, but that's it. I'm leaning more towards making it a mute switch because it seems simpler. I am just a bit worried about noise that could interfere on that end of the chassis (my chassis has the same general layout as the original 5e3, just with some more room around components). I've read about using shielded coax cable to keep the interference down. I have a bunch of this shielded guitar wire (the kind that Gibson uses in their guitars. Would this work for wiring a Mute switch? Second question... My output transformer has leads for 4, 8 and 16 ohm options. I am hoping to be able to plug in either an 8ohm cabinet, a 16ohm cabinet and possibly someway to have 2 cabinets if I wanted. Is this possible? Can I wire up two 8ohm parallel plugs, similar to how all Fender amps comes standard, and then have two extra plugs for 4ohm and 16ohm?