Bought a Mojotone 5F11 kit about 16 months ago. Got off to a solid start, but then life started to throw a couple nasty curve balls my way. So the amp has been a semi permanent part of my workbench. The life happens stuff has been clearing up, so time to really dive into it and get it finished. While this is my rookie build, I've had some expererience with electronics and a very healthy respect for high voltages. I've also had plenty of time to pour over Rob Robinette's excellent material on amps. I've made a few small mods from the Mojotone plans. 1) I put the fuse and switch both on the hot lead from the wall 2) I added backup diodes to the rectifier socket 3) I moved the resistors for the heater's artificial center tap to 1st 6V6 socket from the pilot light socket. 4) I flubbed up drilling the hole on the eyelet board for the mounting bolt on one end. I wasn't super thrilled with that set up to begin with, so i took the opportunity to change it up a bit. I got some nylon stand offs to go between the backer board and the eyelet board. That way I can leave the backerboard mounted to the chassis while being able to remove the eyelet board a little more easily. I've been using the manual from the Mojotone 5E3 kit, and the Stew Mack 5E3 kits as a guide for assembling mine, for the parts they have in common. So I'm at the point where I need the second set of eyes on some things. The eyelet board, front and back jumpers I have a couple jumpers that I need to rework, either wrong length, or in one case the cloth insulation came off. Also, while soldering, I nicked one of the filter caps. Is that something that will be a problem? On the power tubes, pins 1 & 8 on each tube needed to be grounded to the chasis. I had already used the small grounding lugs on the power transformer bolts, so I took the larger 3 position lug and used that to create a mini ground bus bar for those grounds. is that something that's going to cause issues? And switch, fuse, and pilot light wiring. So, hoping everything is looking ok, but being the rookie builder, wouldn't be shocked (no pun intended, ok a little pun intended) to have some additional rework to do. Thanks in advance for any comments and suggestions!