Honestly, this will be my final build. Probably. My next project, after 5f2a, 5E3 and deluxe micro, is a Princeton Reverb. I'm not in a hurry for this but I want to get the board now, source the other bits gradually with a chassis from Modulus (cheap), build the cabinet over the summer and take a few months over the rest. So here's the deal. I've only ever used turret boards, and enjoyed it, but fancied a change. I thought an old school eyelet build would be different - and would look cool. I'm sourcing the board from the US as a board member has really kindly offered to package a couple of small items together and send on to me. Are there any pitfalls? Is it that much harder with an eyelet board? I looked at Doug Hoffman's site, as I'd like to give him some $$$ but his eyelet board only seem to mount on standoffs. Is that an issue? I guess they're the FR4 or similar and won't look as vintage. But maybe they're more ergonomic? MOjotone do fibre boards, there are some promising ones on eBay too, perhaps I'd buy one extra item (pilot light) from mojotone while I'm at it. Are there any differences between fibre boards? Of course, you might think a turret board is better ergonomically, too. Please tell us what board you liked best, and why - and if there are any tips for working with eyelets, please share!