Searched a little on this... sorry if I missed a previous discussion. I was listening the The Fretboard Journal's wonderful podcast "The Truth About Vintage Amps" and Jason and Skip were interviewing Jef Brown (blog linked here). No affiliation (other than being a patreon supporter for TAVA). On this episode of the podcast, they revisited a previous discussion about connecting a 3.3MOhm resistor from the last power mode to the grid of the the phase inverter. To hear the story, all of this was serendipity... i.e. "dumb luck". But the results was pleasing to the amp owner, and some other good ears (I won't rehash the story, you can check it out if interested). Anyone have any experience doing this? I don't have a 3.3MOhm resistor laying around, but am considering ordering a few (well... at least one) to give it a whirl on a homemade clone. Just wondering if someone here has already broken ground?