As many cabinets of the silverface era are, my Deluxe Reverb cabinet from '76 is rickety and heavy. I'm planning to build another cabinet for it out of clear shelving pine with a void-free birch plywood floating baffle. And since I've just learned to apply Tolex, too, I'll add that as well. While I plan to build an exact replica of my Deluxe Reverb cabinet, dimension-wise, I have been wondering about venturing away from Fender's black Tolex aesthetic. It has seemed to me, though, that silverface faceplates are particularly restrictive about what color combinations they will "allow" -- at least by comparison to their older blackface-panel brothers. I found this great thread on the topic from 2015, and it does seem to me that the Teal Levant Tolex from Mojotone is pretty much an exact match to the color on the silverface panel. If I were to go that route, I'd pair it with the aged black/white/silver grill cloth or even the aged blue/white/silver grill cloth. I'm not certain, however, if I am bold enough to take the silverface aesthetic to what I take to be its logical conclusion, so I'd love to see what others have done when re-housing their silverface amps. Please post pics, if possible. Thanks!