I have a Vox Pathfinder 15R, which I like as much as everyone else. But even though it sounds great for such a little guy, it is limited by it's 8" speaker. Coincidentally, I also have just sitting around here a 10" Eminence Ragin Cajun speaker, which I love and have used before in a couple different amps. I keep hanging onto it in case I find another use for it. You see where this is going, right...? So I figure, why not get a bigger cabinet and put the Ragin Cajun in the Pathfinder? There is not room for the 10" in the PF cab (though I know some guys manage to stuff them in there). I really don't have much free time to devote to projects like this, and I'm not going to sink a lot of money into it. So I found some old threads where people have used bee hive boxes for amp cabs. Found this one online for $25. https://www.betterbee.com/wooden-hive-equipment-10-frame/boxhda10s.asp It arrived yesterday and looks pretty good, select wood, no knots. It's just about the right size. 20" x 16" x 9.5", compared to the PF cab which is 16" x 15" x 7.5". I figure I can glue and screw the joints, and add 1x1 stock inside to keep it square and stable, and block in for the chassis and rear panels. I'll need to cut out for the control panel. Ordinary 1/2" plywood for the baffle. I actually have some grill cloth lying around from a previous project. A handle, some feet, sand, stain, poly. For another $30 I'll have a new amp. Sound right? Any tips or things I need to keep in mind?