Hey guys. Just got done re-capping the amp that I was working on. Also did some new resistors as well. It was on some PCB board. Everything went really well. Fired it up, works perfectly. I took a good look at some of the factory solder joints compared to my own. Most of them look identical. But some of them look SLIGHTLY yellowed around the edges, if that makes any sense. Other than that, it's impeccably neat. Not gloppy. Nice and shiny connectons, very sturdy. No "cold" solder joints. I guess I'm just bummed because on some of the connections, it doesn't look 100% stock. I don't want to say "burnt", because I've seen burnt PCBs, and this is not that... but it looks like some of the resin or flux got cooked a TAD too much? Doesn't seem like it affects the tone or operation at all. I used a nice small 15W iron, and good solder, and soldered 100% properly. Did I just hold the iron on a second too long?