Hi, all, After 20 years (that's true, 20) considering building a vintage tube amp, I finally started with a Tweed Champ today. I bought it from TAD (Tube Amp Doctor, from Germany). Full kit, including cabinet and Jensen C8R speaker. I've attached some pictures of the parts as they arrived. Quality looks good overall. One of the cab inner corners looks like wasn't put together as well as the others. This inner corner doesn't look too good. Handle looks sturdy. Hi TAD's instructions are not as detailed as Stewmac's and Mojotone's, so I'm always referring back to these companies' documents as well. After my first day working on it, I have a few questions already. Would be great if anyone could help me out with some. Resistor 10k ohm in Stewmac's kit is metal oxide. It's carbon composite in TAD's. Is it a problem? What's the difference? Resistor 470 ohm in Stewmac's is carbon film. Again carbon composite in TAD's. Problem? What's the difference? Do I have to completely fill the eyelets on the board with solder? This picture show a half empty eyelet. Is it ok like this? I assumed it wasn't so already improved some. This is how my finished board is looking like. Doesn't look great, but hopefully good enough to work properly. TAD instructions asks for 2 holes to be drilled on chassis side next to transformer. They don't seem to exist in Stewmac's. Are they really needed? Stewmac's wire routing for eyelets 1 and 15 (green wrapped wires) and grounding bus layout are quite different from TAD's. Any advantages of one route over the other? Apologies for the very long post. I'm trying to learn as much as I can with this build so that I can try harder ones later (Bassman in mind). That's it for now. I'm sure I'll have other questions in the future. Thank you all in advance.