Photos coming soon... though beware, the cab is a gaudy orange covered smallbox (got it on clearance from Mojo and couldn't eBay it after I saw how hideous it was in person). The guts are an awful mess on the transformer side. I haven't made spaghetti out of an amp in a while MODS Only mods I've done were to add external bias plugs and pot, as well as a PPIMV Master Volume control on the back panel. At first I put in a 1M push-pull switch to cascade (the simple old "one wire mod" switch) the Bright into the Normal. I've since pulled it out. SOUND I've gotta say - being a child of the '80s/'90s I was huge into the metal (early Metallica, Slayer, Pantera) and punk (NYDolls, The Clash, Sex Pistols, etc) and hard rock (The Cult, Black Crowes, GnR) and I love the sounds of JCM800's... being an even bigger ACDC fan though, I think I've found my #1 amp for Rhythm guitar tracking for my band in this Plexi. As a JCM800 freak I worried I wouldn't have enough gain on tap... I was wrong. With the PPIMV I can dime the Volume and turn down the actual level at the PI. Musical chiming overdrive (think ACDC's Back in Black album), crunch, sustain, and great pick dynamics. The Normal channel (330uF bypass cap) has a gigantic subsonic bass, maybe a bit dark though. The Bright channel is a rocker, even at lower levels where it's still warm and almost overdriven in it's attitude regardless of Volume settings. Plexi = my #1 Rhythm amp (and maybe a lot of leads). JCM800 = my #1 Lead amp. Plexis are just downright awesome. There's a reason they're classics. PS (Normal channel): 1. Any thoughts on brightening that dark Normal channel? I don't want to stray to far afield but that 330uF might be a tad overkill. 2. Perhaps it'll make a good channel for Bass Guitars? 3. Perhaps it beefs up the Bright when jumpered (about to try that)? Should I tweak the Normal channel, or leave it alone?