Started a Princeton Reverb build, mostly following Hoffman's layout. My earlier Supro 6424 didn't make me sound like Jimmy Page, and frankly was harsh, so was hoping to re-purpose some of it to offset costs for the PR. The ClassicTone 40-18062 PT in the Supro puts out 610v (the stock PR calls for 650v); am hoping this is "close enough" for the PR. ??? Chassis is a 1773 Hammond enclosure that i punched and drilled myself. Sourced passive parts from Mouser. Only surprise there was the 22uF/50v electrolytics - was thinking they'd be the normal Vishay aluminum-cased things; instead I got some molded with "flame proof" exterior... ? Maybe they knew something about my amp building skills.... Anyone have any experience with them ? Anyway, posting build photos here. This is my 6th build, I'm slowly gaining some insight into tube amp operation, but I still have a long way to go. PLEASE feel free to point out any fatal flaws or smoking guns - I can still back up if required. thanks !! /mike Due to space issues, I made my own cap board and mounted it vertically inside. these are all 22uf caps with the first stage x2 in parallel. the turrets face the board, of course, with a single central ground turret that will go to a transformer stud. anyone see an issue here ? the lamp is 110v job outta the Supro in case anyone was curious why it's wired direct to main hot. I also added Robrob's switched Normal/Light/Heavy NFB mod. I'm populating the board (garolite) now; you can see those gray molded cathode bypass caps.