Many say that the reissue doesn't sound as good as the original version. Is this caused by the new stock speakers, the output transformers or the smaller electronic components (tubes, capacitors, resistors etc)? It's surely one combination of these that the amp doesn't sound as "original". However, what many vintage lovers say is that the PCBs used in the reissues have an impact on the sound compared to the old turret board connection technique. And I really can't see how on earth is that possible. Both the PCB and the turret board consist of a mounting material and conductors that connect the components and hold them in place. Why would the conductors in the PCB be inferior in comparison to those of the old turret boards? Is it really worth the price and risk of buying an abused 50 year old amplifier?