Yeah, I get it. There's not all that much to it. But I already have questions, and I thought it would be nice to have a Surfy Bear build thread on TDPRI. I haven't found one here, at least. There's loads of information over at the surf guitar site, but the thread I've seen was more than 100 pages. I really don't want to sift through all that. I got this kit second-hand from a fellow TDPRI member who decided to pass it on. Included in the deal was an old Heathkit audio generator as a housing. I'm going to paint the shell. At the moment, I'm planning to use the medium-sized Accutronics / Belton 1AB2B1B, provided that the specs check out (EDIT: I just checked; they do: INPUT impedance: 8 ohms; OUTPUT impedance: 2,250 ohms). I also have a full-sized MOD 4AB3C1B, but it won't fit in the Heathkit. So we'll see what happens. I've already gutted the Heathkit for the project and have begun work on the face plate, modifying it for my purposes. Here's the face plate so far. Input on the left, output on the right. The Surfy Bear kit comes with two Chinese mono jacks. I replaced those with two Switchcraft ones. At bottom, from left to right: DWELL - MIXER - TONE. I've got some Gibson-style reflector knobs coming. One says tone, and one says volume (= mixer, I guess). And I'll use a different style knob for the dwell. I still have to figure out exactly where to put the reverb tank output and input. The Alpha pots that come with the kit are a good bit smaller than the pots that were originally in the Audio Generator, so I got some neoprene O-rings and put them around the shafts to make up the space. Otherwise, they're connected as usual, with internal toothed lock washers and so forth. Here's the inside. I think that's where I'm going to mount the PCB. At the moment, it's resting on a cork stopper that I used to cover up a rather large hole where a control knob was. I'm considering adding an LED or a 12V lamp, and that might go where I put those grommets at the bottom right, or perhaps on the other side. Here's a close-up of the PCB in the direction I plan to mount it.