Okay, I know I will take a lot of crap for this, but here’s the thing: I have a Peavey Classic 30 that I really love. I replaced the stock tubes and the stock speaker, and it stands up to any high end amp I’ve ever had the chance to play. Great amp. However … there’s one really superficial thing that bugs the crap out of me, and it’s the pointy high school metalhead design of the logo. It’s just crap. Now, I only play for myself, no one but me ever sees it, and I’m not trying to impress anyone at all. The thing is, I spent 25 years as a graphic designer, and it just offends me at some deeply aesthetic level. Is that so wrong? If I could find some blank replacement that fit into that oval, I would spend up to a certain amount of money to buy it, just to ease my aching eyeballs. Does anyone have a similar issue, or better yet, a solution for the artistic wussies among us? Or do I just have to live with this tiny bit of ugly for the rest of my life?