Saw this on reverb.com from a relatively unknown builder. Pretty nice looking, but I'm no expert. When I look at the gut shots, they look good to me, but I have no technical knowledge of how the insides of an amp should look like. Can anyone look these photos over and give me their opinion of if I should take the plunge? If you read the description, he uses carbon comp resistors, Sprague and Mojo caps, Switchcraft jacks, CTS pots, solid core cloth covered wire, US-made chassis, JJ and EH tubes, Heyboer transformers, and a Weber Ceramic 1230 30 watt speaker (like a Celestion G12H-30). He wrote me that it works fine, it sounds like it should. I'm planning on a Clark Beaufort Premium or either a Crema Wheat (w/ Scumback J75) or a Cortez from Tungsten. This amp can be had for half the price or less than any of of those three. What do you think?