I've been looking through schematics & layouts and noticed something on there. I did a little searching about it and didn't really come up with much, so I'll try it here. Is it a common mod to reduce the 4.7k dropping resistor in a 5e3 for any added benefit? Comparing a 5f10, 5f11, and 5g9 with it, you get 5f10: 305v > 470R > 302v >22k > 250v 5f11: 340v > 470R > 330v > 22k > 260v 5g9: 370v > choke > 368v > 10k > 247v Then, using Rob's site's voltage chart, the 5e3 has 370v > 4700R > 318v > 22k > 247v Why the 10x sized dropping resistor in the 5e3? The others drop 1-2% after that first resistor, but the 5e3 drops down 15-16% in the same place. Like I said, I didn't exhaust the internet looking for answers yet - they are usually all here anyway - but I was just curious if anyone here was tried knocking that back 80-90% and what was the end result?